I just about choked on my drink at that. I can buy a whole bike or two for that. SheeshThe first company has said that with 2 licensed riders and 2 bikes, one rides needs to be the primary on each bike. They've come back with a quote for $4500 per year with Wawanesa for her to ride the Kawasaki which is more than double what I would have hoped would be the maximum. The broker told me she could only find one company who would insure M1 riders."
... and both freakin bikes are in his name.
The rivers are great, could you move the people?
$36? that's cheap. In ohio I pay $47 per vehicle regardless as to whether is it a bike or a car. Keep in mind I have 6 running registered bikes in ohio currently. I remember in NYC when they increased the registration fee from $12 to 42 in 2010 and I was furious because I had 10 registered bikes at the time.How the hell can anyone afford to own a bike up there? I pay $36 a year for registration and feel like that's a lot on a 36 year old bike. What does it cost to have your bikes registered up there? 20% of your annual salary and a lifetime of indentured servitude to Tim Hortons?
We pay for a transfer of ownership, an actual slip of paper that is kept on the bike. It can be fit or unfit, fit means it can be licenced. Unfit means it must pass Gov't safety inspection before it becomes fit and can be licenced. The actual licence plate renewal isn't bad or change of ownership cost aren't bad but I can't come up with a number. The advantage of our system is we can trace a bike to when it was first registered in Ontario. Any used vehicle should come with a mandatory seller package any vintage/antique bikes are supposed to be be appraised.$36? that's cheap. In ohio I pay $47 per vehicle regardless as to whether is it a bike or a car. Keep in mind I have 6 running registered bikes in ohio currently. I remember in NYC when they increased the registration fee from $12 to 42 in 2010 and I was furious because I had 10 registered bikes at the time.
Insurance is $390 per year for the ducati as a modern sport bike and $380 for all 6 vintage bikes through Hagerty. Then again, I am a middle aged man who hasn't had an at fault accident in 14 years and a ticket of any kind in just as long. BTW, that's full coverage per year prices.
What do you pay for your MV?I asked my agent once if they thought 3$ per kilometre times 2 bikes was reasonable just for minimum legal coverage on 1 rider, not counting fuel or anything else.
the sick [email protected]#$%^& seemed to be good with that.
might be cheaper for me to hire a limo with a hot looking driver then to ride my sport bike solo
:| And we even have socialized health care! if I fall down go boom I already paid for that service,
I just flash them my magic plastic hospital card and tell them my horse threw me, then they have to fix me up.