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    Slow......... Array [BlackDiamond]'s Avatar
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    Hey All,

    Just wondering if it's ok to leave a bike parked in a public OPEN parking area in an apartment building while it has only storage insurance?

    Or is this considered the same as on the side of the street, where you MUST have plates / regular insurance??

    My building is cleaning the underground garage and it'll be out of use for a few days, and I didnt want to put permit for those two days because of this.

    2013 Yamaha VMAX 1700 ▪ 2009 Suzuki GSXR 750 ▪ 2005 Yamaha R6 ▪ 2001 Yamaha R6

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    Asian Persuasion Array dragnit02's Avatar
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    as long as it is on the private property of the building, I think it should be ok
    So much work & so little time!!

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    Sounds fine to me.
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    Call Paul at Cassells Insurance , look under site sponsor section , he will know best.
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    Eh Muh Gawd Becky!! Array Purplekawi's Avatar
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    as long as it's not on the street. if it's on a street it requires liability which means plates with non expired tags.
    That that doesn't kill us forces us to live with a busted up bike!!

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