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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 09-26-2013, 04:59 AM Thread Starter
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How many owners have insurance on their prowlers, and what covered? I have a blanket policy that provides the same coverage as what I have on my vehicles, collision, liability Pl&PD, Comp. The price was reasonable.

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same here .. got full coverage , mine is Allstate

name is Gary or hey you if ya forget

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got full coverage, fire theft collision, liability. 200 deductible and cost around 400 bucks for the year, sled on the other hand only has fire and theft and cost the same as the s x s for the year. To have collision on the sled would cost around 1g for the year which in my world two months of riding. As bad as a bike here. they cost anywhere from 2g's up a year.

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got full coverage, fire theft collision, liability. 200 deductible and cost around 400 bucks for the year, sled on the other hand only has fire and theft and cost the same as the s x s for the year. To have collision on the sled would cost around 1g for the year which in my world two months of riding. As bad as a bike here. they cost anywhere from 2g's up a year.
I need to check into that.............

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I have full coverage from Progressive, it's required to run on the streets.

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I have full coverage from Progressive, it's required to run on the streets.
How much is it.and your deductible.

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How much is it.and your deductible.
$110 per year, my policy has the disappearing deductible that goes down each year, right now it's COMPREHENSIVE $188 DEDUCTIBLE, COLLISION $375 DEDUCTIBLE and includes coverage for $3,000 in accessories.

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$110 per year, my policy has the disappearing deductible that goes down each year, right now it's COMPREHENSIVE $188 DEDUCTIBLE, COLLISION $375 DEDUCTIBLE and includes coverage for $3,000 in accessories.
Thats not bad at all......................

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$110 per year, my policy has the disappearing deductible that goes down each year, right now it's COMPREHENSIVE $188 DEDUCTIBLE, COLLISION $375 DEDUCTIBLE and includes coverage for $3,000 in accessories.
that's pretty darn good. Here we get bent over because they say we have health care. What a crock of poop. LOL

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They had Progressive Reps on Fisher's ATV World and according to them accessories even includes personal riding gear like helmets and gloves. To be honest though I don't know how the depreciation on the vehicle value works so I don't know what I would get if I totaled it.

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