I'm sorry to report that my son's 2015 CRF250 was stolen out of my shop last night. We bought the bike new and it's going to be super hard for us to replace at this time. I did not have insurance on any of our bikes. I have homeowners but as most of you know that only covers one motorized maintenance vehicle, aka lawn mower.
We live right on the GA/AL state line in no where Alabama. We are one of those people that financed a new bike. Our last payment comes due on sept 29th. So 7 months from paid for it's gone. We may or many not have theft insurance thru the loan. I just have to find my paperwork. Even if we do though I'm pretty sure it just covers the remaining loan balance. My son was coming over yesterday (took the afternoon off work) to clean and prep his bike for the Monster Mountain LLQ this weekend.
I've seen numerous times where you guys mentioned buying a rather cheap policy to cover shit like this. I had even inquired to Geico about it one dayrecently as I was adding my toy hauler to my policy but they kept me on hold to damn long so I hung up. I still have several other bikes that they left alone. Namely my grandsons's 2016 KTMSX50 and several other play bikes. Who's a good insurance company to go with on this?
I never thought it would happen to me or maybe I was just that naïve. I live in a pretty decent working class neighborhood (we are all poor working class) and never locked my doors to the house and left my keys in my car.
I've been here for 27.5 years, I guess it was bound to happed sooner or later. I've filed a report but we all know how this will probably go.
I cant make up my mind if it was some meth heads or some wheelie boy champs looking to make a video. I'm kind of leaning toward the latter as meth heads would have cleaned me out instead of getting one specific bike. I've seen a big group of these wheelie boy wannabe's one town over and have been noticing some random kids riding dirt bikes and 4 wheelers on the side of the roads lately (racing bikes and quads) wearing no helmets or boots and they obviously didn't appear to be someone that bought the bikes (yeah I'm stereotyping).
Anyway guys it you see a Honda CRF 250 (had number 471 on front plate) anywhere along the I85 area on the GA/AL line I can be reached at 706-773-4162. We are just inside an hour from both Atlanta and Montgomery so who knows where it will end up