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Old 03-18-2010, 04:59 PM
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Got a quote through HD. Dairyland was the lowest by far. Anyone had experience with them?
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I carry Daryland and so far so good havn't had to use it but the rates are low....full coverage is around $1200.00 a year...here in Las Vegas insurance is high too.
But Daryland is a good company owned by riders
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I carry dairyland as well, but I have no experience other than they were the cheapest through HD. I have a '09 Iron 883 and a '10 Fat Boy Lo insured for $711/yr total.
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I had Dairyland for 5yrs no claims,tickets...had a buddy's bike fall over on mine while in the back of a trailer and from the moment I called them to report it...they started screwing me...They claimed it was a collision claim not a comprehensive claim,I ask how can it be a collision claim when nobody was riding the bikes...never got a straight answer...then they told me they do not pay for replacement parts,they fix and repaint...their estimate was $875. the dealers estimate was $2700. They refused to recognize the dealer estimate and insisted that I take my bike 65mi away to one of their repair shops...I refused and threatened legal action and finally got them to fix my bike the way I WANTED it fixed...I was really surprised by the way I was treated Dairyland and dropped them right after getting my bike back
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I carry Daryland and so far so good havn't had to use it but the rates are low....full coverage is around $1200.00 a year...here in Las Vegas insurance is high too.
But Daryland is a good company owned by riders
I also live in Vegas. And I used Dairyland for a couple of decades with no claims. Then I totaled out an '05 883c. It wasn't my fault and the other guy's insurance company paid me a boatload of money. After I used a heavy hitter of an attorney of course. And Dairyland settled my claim for within a $1000 of what I had paid for my scooter almost a year prior.

Anyway, Dairyland gave me a quote for my current scooter that was double what I had been paying. So I did some shopping and switched to Geico. Sometimes it pays to shop around.

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i have dairyland used to have state farm save about 120 bucks a year.
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Dairyland Insurance-Subsidiary of Sentry are not fairly valuating my claim, I am very disappointed thus far, CAUTION!!
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I currently have Progressive for my Road King. It's due to renew in August,full coverage including collision is $447. I just got a quotes from Geico, $730,Liberty Mutual,$488, Dairyland,$825, Foremost,$890 and Markel,$1079. No tickets or accidents,married,62 yrs old. Guess I'm staying with Progressive.
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