I agree that the price is amazing. Some of those who have a long history and MSF whatever may find themselves in a much lower bracket but really, $70 a year to be legal is incredible for these little things. Don't go quoting a 250+, that changes things up a bit lol
I ran a quote stating I had my MSF and it was only a $4 a year difference. Not worth it in my opinion if money saving is what you're after. I'm actually unsure why everyone seems so adamant on so many people taking the MSF over self-study and experience. I'm not saying there's not good to come from it, especially from people who have no clue or are not nearly as dedicated to learning the required material on their own or just completely lack the confidence to operate a bike. My buddies wife almost dropped a 250 on her second day and then almost hit a pole but quit the course? (She didn't actually hit anything or drop it) but I feel like these type of courses are intended for people like her but she ended up walking anyway? Imagine if the MSF started everyone out on Z125s ;-)
I've got my house, 2 cars and Z insured through Progressive and it's $570/yr for just the bike. No priors and 15 years experience. I think it's ridiculous but this is California and I'm kinda used to it.
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