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    Allstate bike insurance?

    anyone have bike insurance with Allstate?
    I'm up for renewal with Progressive and was checking around. Allstate was 70% lower than Progressive. I'm shocked.

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    The only thing that I know about insurance is change who your policy is with every 12 months. Every time the competitor's rates beats my renewal rate.

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    I usually do the same. I'm just surprised that Allstate is this competitive. I swear I called them 12 months ago during my last renewal and remember them being higher than Progressive, which is why I'm shocked and curious if anyone else has experienced this. I sent them my policy and asked them to double check their figures. it would be $1,000 savings on 3 bikes, so it might be worth it for others to shop around as well

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    I did some shopping and found Dairyland to be MUCH cheaper.

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    I have Allstate. I've never shopped around but I know my friend was quoted with Nationwide and it was very expensive I told him to get a quote and Allstate was a lot cheaper. I pay like $45/month for full coverage on my bike and I think that's with including $1000 of add ons being covered also.
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    From what I've heard some companies don't like to cover bikes so they jack up the rates. My friend is 23 and insured a 08 R6 I wanna say it was only like $50-60/month for full coverage. It was a huge difference between Allstate and Nationwide.
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    My Allstate agent asked for a crack at insuring my bikes. They were twice what I'm curremtly paying with Dairyland. (Six bikes for about $400.00 per year.) Of course I'm old as dirt and my newest bike is 9 years old.......
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    I currently have insurance with Allstate with my bike.
    It does seem you have to switch every few years.
    Progressive was very high. Their comprehensive was higher that full coverage with Allstate.

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    Still kickin.

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    I tried Dairyland today and they were about $100 cheaper than Progressive and $900 more than Allstate. Allstate it is.

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