The state changed its motorcycle insurance policy AGAIN. If you have a permit or have had your license for less than 6 years you are an "inexperienced" rider----even if you had your permit for years. There are ALOT of people that just get there permit because they just like to toot around on there bikes or just get it to cover there arse when the operate dirtbikes on streets for short distances.Officer Dunngeon";p="63198 said:Thanks, stm, those are some great tips and you are absolutely right.
I don't really wanna fly around on the bike, I just wanted something to putt around on locally. A lot of people were saying something along the lines of, "A 250??? You'll get tired of that real fast, you should get like a 750!" That's a bit much for me, I'm still a beginner.
Now here's a question: wtf is up with the insurance companies? The same agent that I use to insure my house and car is telling me I can't register the bike until I get my Class M license (my permit is valid and I won't be able to get the license until my certificate from the training course comes in the mail). Um, a 3 year old can register a car... so is this something all insurance companies now are trying to pull, or does mine just suck? :?