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I just picked up my Joyner Trooper T2 and am trying to get insurance on it. I went through my insurance agent and he set me up with what basically looks like an auto policy costing $800/yr!!!!! This seems way to steep. He was telling me that he could not find anyone who would even insure the thing.I know there are a lot of UTV's running around out there, I can't imagine it's that impossible to get them insured. What companies do other people use to insure your UTV, and what kind of yearly premiums are people paying?

Thanks for the help.

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I just picked up my Joyner Trooper T2 and am trying to get insurance on it. I went through my insurance agent and he set me up with what basically looks like an auto policy costing $800/yr!!!!! This seems way to steep. He was telling me that he could not find anyone who would even insure the thing.I know there are a lot of UTV's running around out there, I can't imagine it's that impossible to get them insured. What companies do other people use to insure your UTV, and what kind of yearly premiums are people paying?

Thanks for the help.

I agree with devildog.Below is the guy i went through and he got it for me with Foremost.Around 200-250 a year.

Fischer Specialty Insurance

Marc B. Fischer

[email protected]

7373 N Scottsdale Rd. Ste C-100

Scottsdale, AZ 85253

tel: 877.537.2555

fax: 480.889.0831

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For those of you using Mark Fisher, have you been happy with his service? I used him in the past. Initially he was great, but a year or two later I needed to adjust my policy and I could not get any response from him either by phone or email. Just wondering if it was an isolated incident or not.

I have no issues with him.been fine for me.

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Thanks to all for the input. I tried contacting Foremost directly. I told them it was a Trooper 1100cc, not a renegade 800 and they said they would call me back. Never heard from them again. Just spoke with Mark at Fisher Insurance, he was great! Got me set up with a policy for $300/yr! Beats the heck out of what my previous insurance agent did for me ($800/yr), and he did it in just 10 min.

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