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New GSXR600 Insurance

Discussion in 'Bike Reviews, Questions and Suggestions' at netrider.net.au started by taurus, Jul 11, 2006.

  1. does anyone know roughly how much a new GSXR600 insurance would be for a 35 year old with no accidents, 30% No claims discount,garaged, imobilizer. also has anyone just bought one and what do you think of the bike.


     
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  2. Location is gonna be a big factor dude....
     
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  3. How about you just ring up an insurance company and fling that information at them, and they will be able to give you a more accurate estimate of your insurance costs, rather than everyone on here just guessing. :)
     
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  4. Well, as a ball park, when I priced insurance for a new GSXR1000 I was quoted between $1050 to $1800 per annum.

    Given its a bigger bike, and im not quite your vintage yet, Id look for something below those numbers :wink:
     
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  5. 37yrs, rating 1, had licence for 2 weeks, $701 with Arista, ~$1050 with QBE or Swann. Semi rural Victoria.
     
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  6. so far i have been quoted $1670 with western qbe. which seens far too much money to part with.
     
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  7. try aami, they'll be half the price of western qbe.
     
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  8. They were more than double for me, and I have car and house with them. :evil:
     
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  9. Me too. $1600 seems a bit high... that's more than I'm paying on a bigger capacity sportsbike at a much younger age (and not even rating 1).
     
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  10. AAMI have a "Flexible Premiums" option for their auto insurance.
    I have it on my truck, haven't done the comparison for bikes though.

    It works out costing you the same as any other insurer if you make a claim, but HALF the premium cost if you don't make a claim.

    Basically, they discount your premium, but bump up your excess.
    So if you're a safe guy, then it works out a lot cheaper.
     
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  11. The price of the bike also comes into it (insuring a old $9000 gsxr600) is cheaper than a $15,000 new one as well.

    The best way it to do online quotes and/or call insurance places.
     
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  12. Rating 1, no claims, 27 years old and I pay $1500 p.a through Suncorp.
    New for old policy
     
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