didja get the insurance?Scorpion07 said:Great pictures!
Ouch on the tip over!! $
All true...an awesome ride & road!gpierce said:Great pics!
You're dead-on about Route 66 between Kingman and Oatman. Had the opportunity to ride that a couple of years ago. One of my favorite twistie rides of all time. In fact, I'm thinking about braving the Laughlin River Run foolishness one more time just so I can ride it again.
Thanks for posting!
so, will they give you the OLD parts?xcelr8 said:I was on the Harley Fly and Ride program, so the insurance is included. $1,000 deductible for theft and $2,000 deductible for collision. Las Vegas Harley submitted a repair estimate of $4,560. No mechanical damage, paint damage to fairing and tank, and bent crashbars. Dime sized dent in the right exhaust header. According to HOG, they do not repaint parts, everything gets replaced. I'm checking my Geico motorcycle policy to see if I'm covered on rentals. I also paid by AMEX, so there may be some coverage there.
If I want them, I have to pay to have them shipped to Florida. I'm thinking I'll have someone from the Las Vegas Hog Chapter pick them up for me, and I'll let them have them for free.04ctd said:so, will they give you the OLD parts?
that's crappy, in a way. looks like they would repaint them.
so far...........my Geico motorcycle policy does not cover rentals. AMEX collision deductible waiver benefit excludes motorcycles. The HOG insurance has a $1,000 deductible for theft and a $2,000 deductible for collision. According to HOG, if a painted part is scratched through the clearcoat, they replace the entire part. My damage report from the dealership, when I turned the bike in, states: "customer had accident. Scratches to fairing and tank. Bent front crash bar". I stated to HOG that I thought the dealership had inflated the repair bill ($4,560). The next step is for me to challenge the $2,000 deductible charge when it hits my statemnt.JohnT said:I was wondering how things turned out as to insurance coverage on the damage. There are lots of opinions on this, so it would be helpfull for those of us who consider renting now and then to know what was covered by whom and who ended up paying for what?
I wish we would have known that. Is the road open all year? OK for bikes?dusty67 said:When in Lone Pine, go West up to Mt Whitney which is the highest point in the Continental US. Lots, and lots of old westerns were filmed between Lone Pine and Mt Whitney. Don't plan on hiking up her thought, it is 11 hours up and 8-9 down.