[OntVFR] anyone here quit riding but still on the list?
pchang.1972 at gmail.com
Wed Nov 13 16:07:06 EST 2019
maybe it's an age thing... when I got my m2 back in 2000, I was 28 yrs
old.... If I take a year off and come back to VFR'ing I'll be 49yrs old...
I don't think they can predict rates 5 yrs in the future if it's a 5 yr
On Wed, Nov 13, 2019 at 1:23 PM Chris Miller <cmiller at chrismillerphoto.com>
> That is interesting - I had assumed an inactivity period would mean new
> driver rates. So does 1 year off and 5 years off make the same
> difference? I too had a down year - I'd be exaggerating if I said I did
> 600 KM this year - mostly because dropping my 7-year-old at summer camp
> means I'd have to drive back to the house to get the bike only to go to
> work when camp is halfway to the office.
> Next summer I'll have 2 for camp (4 and 7) so getting gear for the 7 yr
> old doesn't change my problem.
> On Wed, Nov 13, 2019 at 11:54 AM Peter Chang <pchang.1972 at gmail.com>
>> lady at Desjardin emailed back and said my quote only goes up $20/yr when
>> she reset my primary driver date.... interesting....
>> On Wed, Nov 13, 2019 at 11:51 AM Peter Chang <pchang.1972 at gmail.com>
>>> I'm getting a quote to see what my insurance would be if I left
>>> motorcycling for a period of time.... say 1 yr?
>>> My current rate for the VFR is $767/yr apparently.... I put the
>>> motorcycle away on the weekend (made it to the shed before the snow fell),
>>> and I haven't looked but I think I have 4-5 gas entries in my log book for
>>> the 2019 season...
>>> I'm just under $1/km for insurance... I'm not really a rider
>>> anymore....the past few years have been about the same mileage as well...
>>> I started riding in the spring of 2000 with a '92 FZR600.... I used to
>>> put 4-5000km /yr
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