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Who’s Still a Reasonable Option for SS

JTR

Well-known member
I'm 37 years old with an M2 and get an excellent rate on my R6 with TD. Try them.

However, just speculating here, but they may see your age as a detriment on an SS, reaction times and eyesight degrading as we age etc.
 

Gnu

Well-known member
$596 a year is great for a BUSA! Can you provide your location since this tends to make a huge difference? I was able to get a lower rate on my bikes than I am currently paying, but they wanted too much for the cars and house. Total payout is everything for me since I have multiple vehicles but just one bank account.
I live in Barrie. I also have my car and house insurance with them so that helps.
 

arogal

Well-known member
I haven't been riding for nearly as long as you, but for the 3 years I have been riding my insurance has significantly gone down each year with TD.
I have an M2 am 31 years old. Insurance went down $400 from last year. Renewed 1st week in Feb.
Burlington and the west end in general seem to have fairly decent rates in comparison to east end.
 

bikepike

Well-known member
Does TD have any good brokers or should I just email a local one? Also do you get discounts for banking with them?
 

roadrash

Well-known member
Does TD have any good brokers or should I just email a local one? Also do you get discounts for banking with them?
They have a call center. I don't think they have local brokers. No discounts for banking with them. But discounts if you're an alumnus of a qualifying university or work at a qualifying group.
 
The driving record with your car has no bearing on your motorcycle record.
[I hope you're trolling] this is 100% incorrect. any tickets you get in a car WILL ABSOLUTELY affect your motorcycle insurance rate/driver's abstract, and vice versa. for the good of humanity, please edit/delete your post. misinformation makes baby jesus cry
 

Evoex

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[I hope you're trolling] this is 100% incorrect. any tickets you get in a car WILL ABSOLUTELY affect your motorcycle insurance rate/driver's abstract, and vice versa. for the good of humanity, please edit/delete your post. misinformation makes baby jesus cry
mis-spoke, was referring to claims/accidents.
 

arogal

Well-known member
They have a call center. I don't think they have local brokers. No discounts for banking with them. But discounts if you're an alumnus of a qualifying university or work at a qualifying group.
Yes 100% in regards to being an University Alumni. I always kind of laugh at this...they explained to me on the phone that they see people who graduate University are more "responsible" therefore are more likely to be more responsible on their bike LOL! I ain't knocking them though, take any discount you can get! Dropped my insurance with TD an additional 15%
 

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