Join Date: Jul 2017
Location: Drumbo, Ontario, Canada
Don't be surprised if your insurance company writes-off your bike. Parts and labor are expensive. They will assume the worst for "hidden" damages. When they do that, it is easy to exceed 80% of the bikes current market value on paper. This is what they are trying to do with my wife's car after a minor "not-at-fault" fender bender. I'm arguing with them, but will probably end up on the loosing side.
Insurance and taxes are very similar - we get to constantly pay, but rarely collect.
2011 V650 in Black, well accessorized.