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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 03-24-2011, 05:38 PM Thread Starter
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Ontario Riders, Which Insurance Company?

To All my Ontario riders.
Trying to find a good insurance company, that doesn't charge an arm and leg. Anyone have insurance under $1000 that allows you to ride to work? Just bought a 99 Vulcan Nomad, would like to ride it without having to take out a loan for insurance. I got a quote from Rider'splus and TD insurance both expensive. Any help would be greatly appreciated/
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I'm in Alberta, also private insurance. Around here Jevco is very competitive, and I insure through them. They're in Ontario, too.

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I'm in Toronto. Best rates by a huge margin that I could find was Dalton Timmis. Give them a try, I was amazed that their rate was less than half of the company I insure my car with. I am still with them, and very pleased with their service. They specialize in m/cycle insurance.
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Ontario is just plain nuts for insurance. I rode in Quebec, then didn't ride for 25 years. Since they now classify me as a new rider. I'm paying 1200 for the first year and a forecast of 300 less next year. This is through All Risk a broker in Kingston for Jevco. Another broker for Jevco in Kingston wanted 1475. This is for an 06 1500 VN without collision, with a clean driving record. If you found somewhere cheaper let me know. I've yet to find a company that will give a discount for taking the MSC. But I took it anyway. You see what the American riders are paying, and I have to assume the Insurance industry is regulated down there and we're making up the differance.
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