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they said they dont do temporary policy’s. I already have two policys our two cars. And my husband used to have a policy with his motorcycle but he quit riding for a year. And now we want to buy a house so we are selling it. He has been in storage that is why it hasnt been insured. Now that we want to sell it. We want to put it in the front yard with a For Sale sign on it. And just to be safe we want it insured. I was stupid for telling Geico that wasnt I??

What can I do now or where do I go to get insurance on it so I am not paranoid something will happen to it!

Any advice will be helpful
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3 Thoughts on How come Geico wouldnt let me buy a motorcycle policy? I told them I would be selling the bike soon and?
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    August 18, 2011 at 9:48 pm

    Talk to your homeowner’s insurance company and see if they will cover you for theft if the bike is stolen while sitting on your property.

    Don’t let anyone ‘test ride’ the bike unless they have put the cash in your hand first. That way if they crash the bike, or just don’t come back, you’ve already been paid.

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    August 18, 2011 at 10:29 pm

    I would just call them back to put insurance on the bike…FULL COVERAGE!…so it’s covered should something happen. When you sell it then call them back, after you’ve sold it, to take the insurance off of it and let them know that someone gave you such a deal that you couldn’t refuse. They don’t need to know everything! Sometimes we put out more information than what’s really needed at that particular time. Good Luck!

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    August 18, 2011 at 11:02 pm

    GEICO has the option of insuring (or not insuring) anything they like. As for your homeowners — forget it. It will NOT cover a motor vehicle. Call Progressive — those guys will insure ANYTHING. You can always cancel your policy after you sell the bike but you will have to pay a small penalty for early cancellation.

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