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panbagger
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Insurance

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Post by panbagger » Sun Jul 10, 2011 4:24 am

I was just wondering what insurance all you guys use for your motorcycles? I had progressive for about a month and a half, but they are canceling me! I have a 52 pan in a swing arm frame and insured it for a specific amount, but since 52's don't have swing arms they say it's a custom and wont insure it for an amount. They will cover me but not the bike. All I really want it covered for is theft, because they are so hard to replace. Any info is helpful. Thanks Scott



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Re: Insurance

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Post by 1950Panhead » Sun Jul 10, 2011 12:17 pm

Hagerty.com or jctaylor.com, insurance for antique cars and bikes.

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Re: Insurance

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Post by Lowbikemike » Sun Jul 10, 2011 1:49 pm

Make sure you read the policy or ask a lot of questions of the "classic car/motorcycle" insurers. Some, not all, severly restrict your vehicle usage. I've got a policy with Condon and Skelly on my 57 Retractable and it does not cover any issues arising from "regular use", which they consider to be driving to work, running errands, driving to church, etc. I recently wanted them to insure my 61 Pan, mainly due to their rates and getting stated value coverage but the restrictions were too much to handle. I went with Progressive. Sorry I can't point you in the right direction.

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Re: Insurance

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Post by panbagger » Sun Jul 10, 2011 5:52 pm

progressive would be fine for most people if it is all original, but mine is not. I checked out hagerty last night and going to give them a call on monday. Will also look at jc taylor. Any body else have any input that would be great. Thanks Scott

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Re: Insurance

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Post by jdpan » Sun Jul 10, 2011 8:29 pm

Dairyland.

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