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  • in reply to: oop from bc questions #11889
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      Ya. when my wife started riding it was the perfect bike for in town and slower paced cruises. but once i got my 600 its need was over. she is going to be selling it in bc for a new bike once we are out there. she is fully licenced and i will be once riding season comes again. she has a full class 6 but with the under 200 cc limit. (no passager) she did her final test on the 125 with her having that restriction will it be on her alberta license or be wiped

      in reply to: oop from bc questions #11882
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        figured that when we tried to figure out what the wifes bike would cost. same insurance quote we tried a cbr125r and same thing to high of a risk! come on, a 13hp bike that hits 110 km/h on a good day! yup, lot of risk there!

        i strayed away from an r6 to get lower insurance. see if it stays with me once i move to alberta…

        in reply to: oop from bc questions #11880
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          i know about how i need all the oop and regi swapped over to alberta but ive already checked with some of the online insurance quotes from that thread and some are coming up with unablee to process a quote due to the bike. now would this be due to certain companies having a policy against insuring imported bikes or just that its a streetbike?

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