Re: Fake insurance slips...
I don't usually post over here, only because I'm in the states, but I noticed insurance and it caught my eye being that I work in the insurance industry right now. All I have to say is pull your head out of your azz!
I'm with fightin-ry and Tyg... State Farm is the way to go with bike insurance, or any form of auto insurance for that matter. I'm a 22 yr old female with not such a clean driving record (speeding tickets and I just got nailed last month and possibly totaled my car.) I have a couple good things going for me being that I'm a girl, I just passed the over 21 insurance break, and I have a kid, which qualifies me for a "married discounted rate."
Currently I have 2- 2001 GSX-R 1000's, a GS-500, a 96- Thunderbird, and my renters insurance on my State Farm account and I'm only paying $198.00 (and it will be going down in March) a month. I have full coverage on everything, with 250 and 500 dollar deductibles on the bikes and the car.
The more you have on account the better rate you will get.
If you can get your girlfriend or wife to put your bike on her insurance you'll get a great rate. I have my ex's bike (whom I have a kid with) on my insurance and he gets not only the break for the kid, but the break because it's on my insurance. He just pays me the premium increase for his bike.
You're probably throwing around the idea that you wont be covered when you ride your bike, or that she doesn't have an endorsement.... get this... you don't insure an individual, you insure an automobile. So don't worry! If all else fails get a bunch of your boys together and insure a group of bikes. You'll be surprised at what kind of rates you can get. But whatever you do, don't go with those "strictly motorcycle/ motorsport" insurance companies. They'll bend you over and fuck you in the ass.