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Old 12-14-2013, 05:32 PM
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Default Re: Bicycle Insurance

Originally Posted by RedRider48 View Post
Actually, for my '65 Allstate 250 it's "0" deductible, stated value of $6500 full collision, comp, and our state's required liability. Less than $50/yr.
Anyone with vintage stuff should investigate anyone of the big vintage Ins company(s). I have my '64.5 mustang cvt., '67 E-Type 2+2, and couple vintage Vespas through them for less than one would think. the 250 was added in August after finishing the resto.
However, there are stipulations regarding mileage and storage.
That's pretty cheap alright. I'm paying $75 a year just for liability for my moped with Dairyland. Same price as my Sportster.

But that's neither here nor there, because neither one insures bicycles.

What I'd like you to do is fill out the online form to get a quote for your motor bicycle, and see what it comes to.
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