Pairing it with a current insurer for multi product discount.
USAA does not offer motorcycle insurance, but has partnered with progressive.
if you have a NFCU account you can get the Geico discount.
I bought my self 2 bikes. 2007 Kawasaki Ninja 500R with 5600 miles for $2900 and Kwasaki Ninja 250R with 1600 Miles for $2000. I thought I would give 250R for my 18 year old daughter once she gets bike license and passes all the required tests and gain experience. She is a Freshman now going to be Sophomore in the Fall. It would be fun to drive the bikes together in the Summer and spend quality time with my daughter and bond together more before I goto Med school in Aruba Starting this Fall. I'll call Geico / Progressive and find out their offerings and also check with my Insurance agent and see what she can offer to me. Looking forward to a great summer.
Thanks for your input. Right now I have my cars insured with Peerless. If I were to move both cars and motor bikes to one company which is most recommended?
I have Progressive for my crotch-rocket, not just because I like Flo, but I have my home and 2 other cars insured so it's super-low. Oh, did I mention Flo?
I have homeowners, three cars, a Yamaha 600cc sport bike, along with a multi million umbrella policy all with Progressive. When bundling all this together I get maximum discounts for all the policies. I pay $98/year for full coverage on the bike. If you can try bundling all your insurance together as it makes a big difference. I used to have Geico but Progressive undercut them significantly four years ago. As always it depends on where you live, claims history and credit score. Shop around.
I highly suggest Mcgraw motorcycle Insurance. I had my 2007 Kawasaki Zx10 with liablity for 14 bucks a month, and 2007 ninja 650r for 8 dollars a month, yea crack head prices. I really don't understand what insurance companies base the prices for full coverage on for motorcycles. I've gotten quotes from Gieco, Progressive, and some other big names(Even Mcgraw) and they all pretty much told me $490 bucks a month. I'm 22 with a clean record, I guess maybe my age inflated the price idk. Try them out and see what you get
I signed by with Progressive for my Bike insurance. I have to look for car insurance. Looks like StateFarm is giving much better deal for the teen auto insurance.