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Offline Bobber

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Dairyland Link
« on: November 30, 2010, 11:03:18 pm »
In case you have not already noticed it, we have added a link to Dairyland Insurance (a division of Sentry Insurance) to our homepage.  They recently joined up with Riders of Kawasaki (ROK) taking the place of Geico.  In so doing, they offered to us and other clubs affiliated with ROK to pay us $10 for each completed quote (no obligation to purchase) that comes in from our website.  So, do your club a favor and possibly save yourself some money also, and click on the link, fill out the information requested.  We are doing this for a couple of reasons, one as a service to help our members to possibly save on their insurance and secondly to help generate a little income for our club and maybe keep us from having to increase our dues.   
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Re: Dairyland Link
« Reply #1 on: December 01, 2010, 04:48:19 pm »
Last night I clicked on the Dairyland Cycle Insurance link and obtained a quote.  Boy, was I ever pleasantly surprised.  My current premium for 2 bikes with AARP/Foremost is $587/year and Dairyland quoted $305 for the same coverage.  That is a whopping $282 that I can now spend on farkles.  Plus our club gets a $10 "donation" from Dairyland for me just getting a quote.  Well, needless to say, I signed up with Dairyland today.  I encourage you to click on the link and see if you also qualify for some nice savings.
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Re: Dairyland Link
« Reply #2 on: December 02, 2010, 05:43:09 pm »
I need to do this bad.  I think mine is up next month for renewal.  Thanks for the reminder.
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Re: Dairyland Link
« Reply #3 on: February 01, 2011, 04:43:05 pm »
COG got to collect the $10 for my quote, wasn't as good of news as Bob's, however. Almost Apples to Apples comparison was Dairyland, $867 for annual coverage, vs Progressive at $419. Same coverages, same deductibles, same limits. Ouch.

Dairyland                                                                                            Progressive
1999 KAWASAKI ZG1000 CONCOURS
(997 CCs)
Limit    Premium
Bodily Injury    $250,000/$500,000    $23.20                            49
Passenger Liability    Included in Bodily Injury    $17.60                    included
Property Damage    $100,000                 $10.20                         19
Uninsured Motorist
Bodily Injury    $250,000/$500,000    $623.30                         294
Medical Payments    No Coverage    
Comprehensive Deductible    $100    $89.50                            13
Collision Deductible    $500                       $67.20                           73
Optional Equipment/
Special Equipment    $5,000    Included
Physical Damage Plus    Yes                       $25.00                                            n/a
Excursion Diversion    Yes    Included
Rental Reimbursement    $45 ($1,350 max)    Included                        included
Replacement Cost    No Coverage    
Towing and Road Service    No Coverage                                       9
Total by Motorcycle    $856.00
FL Hurricane CAT Fund                              $11.13                               6
Total Premium                                           $867.13                               463
Discount for paid in full                                $0                                  46
net                                                           867                                      417

Clean driving record, ridden for 40 years, safety course discount also used at Dairyland as they go back five years(ERC in 06) Progressive only goes back three, so no discount there.

I'm thinkin' they don't wanna do business if Floriduh.

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Re: Dairyland Link
« Reply #4 on: February 01, 2011, 05:31:56 pm »
I stayed where I was also after getting my quote.  Maybe Dairyland needs to concentrate on lowering cost and rates.  Still no reason not to get a quote from them.  It does COG good. :)
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Re: Dairyland Link
« Reply #5 on: February 18, 2011, 09:58:36 pm »
I just did a quote on two bikes, full coverage. The coverage wasn't exactly the same. But the price was lower than Progressive. But I don't think it includes as much. I'll have to  really compare later. I post if there's any pertinent information.
 I did make sure to mention about the $10 for the club! She later verified that they do donate the $10. Just make sure you mention it, just to make sure!

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Re: Dairyland Link
« Reply #6 on: February 21, 2011, 03:59:05 pm »
I did the Dairyland quote thing as well, to help out the COG. My news was also not good.  My coverage was LOTS higher than Geico (which I used to be with) and Progressive, which is my current carrier. When it's time to renew my Progressive policy, I'll probably have another look.  Never hurts to shop around, and a quote will help COG again!  :)
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Re: Dairyland Link
« Reply #7 on: April 23, 2012, 08:54:48 am »
Have used Dairyland for years to provide minimum coverage on my bikes and my rates have always been super low. I carry cards for them because they will send $10 to ME if friends call for a quote and give my name. Nice of them to offer the deal to clubs too.
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Re: Dairyland Link
« Reply #8 on: April 23, 2012, 12:37:37 pm »
I've had Dairyland cover all of my bikes for several years now, as they have been the cheapest provider for me by far. That said, a few years ago I filed a claim after some gravel in a turn claimed my Speed Triple, and dealing with their claims department was a rather troublesome experience. I finally did get my money, but not until after I had contacted their supervisor several times and left stern messages. The entire experience was bad enough to where I was determined to switch carriers. That is, until I started shopping around again. I finally decided that I wasn't ready to pay the additional $1,000 annually that it would have cost me to switch to the next-cheapest carrier, and vowed to instead not have another claim again anytime soon...
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