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 on: Today at 05:48:40 PM 
Started by Natrix - Last post by boike333
If this forum had a "Like" button I would mash it as hard as I could.   :beer:  Thanks John, that is good information.

Agreed, needs to be pinned.

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 on: Today at 02:14:00 PM 
Started by Natrix - Last post by 52 Ruhe
Don’t go there Mathews

Look at all that shines
Baby's down on the world and she knows it
If your spirits running
Why don't we make it rain like we used to
We run
We hide
We wait and we want
The good life
Aw sure
You're right
This ain't, the good life
Ah, Elegantly wasted
Ah, Elegantly wasted

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 on: Today at 01:45:21 PM 
Started by Natrix - Last post by JustAnotherSquid
Kerry's OP was about CMP specifically and Nathan provided some very specific information about the cost of a ride from CMP.

I think a broader point should be made though and that is that there is a good chance a medical insurance policy is not going to pay all of the bill if you need to be transported by ambulance to the hospital, whether by ground or by air, and no matter what the reason for the condition requiring the transport. The injury or illness doesn't have to be related to riding a motorcycle at all. The question is not will they deny paying because you were riding a motorcycle at a race track, the question is what percentage of an ambulance transport will your insurance cover if you have to be taken to a hospital. Not having a ground ambulance covered probably isn't going to bankrupt anyone, but a helicopter ride certainly could.

The life flight ambulance flies over my house almost every day because I don't live too far from a trauma hospital. They are transporting someone for some reason that is almost certainly not related to riding on a race track. The point being that you could require an airlift as a result of something else. Another thing to consider is what if you need to be transported by air more than once? It happens, and Mike and I both know someone who has required that.

If this forum had a "Like" button I would mash it as hard as I could.   :beer:  Thanks John, that is good information.

 4 
 on: Today at 01:41:53 PM 
Started by Natrix - Last post by Kyle M
INXS  :adore: :adore:

I need you tonight

 5 
 on: Today at 11:10:23 AM 
Started by Natrix - Last post by 52 Ruhe
And his transport bills were in Xs of $100k

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 on: Today at 09:37:35 AM 
Started by Natrix - Last post by JRA
Kerry's OP was about CMP specifically and Nathan provided some very specific information about the cost of a ride from CMP.

I think a broader point should be made though and that is that there is a good chance a medical insurance policy is not going to pay all of the bill if you need to be transported by ambulance to the hospital, whether by ground or by air, and no matter what the reason for the condition requiring the transport. The injury or illness doesn't have to be related to riding a motorcycle at all. The question is not will they deny paying because you were riding a motorcycle at a race track, the question is what percentage of an ambulance transport will your insurance cover if you have to be taken to a hospital. Not having a ground ambulance covered probably isn't going to bankrupt anyone, but a helicopter ride certainly could.

The life flight ambulance flies over my house almost every day because I don't live too far from a trauma hospital. They are transporting someone for some reason that is almost certainly not related to riding on a race track. The point being that you could require an airlift as a result of something else. Another thing to consider is what if you need to be transported by air more than once? It happens, and Mike and I both know someone who has required that.

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 on: Today at 06:37:03 AM 
Started by Natrix - Last post by boike333
Ruhe, thanks for the info, this is all good stuff.

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 on: December 01, 2021, 02:53:52 PM 
Started by Natrix - Last post by 52 Ruhe
My Aflac was originally offered as supplement at my company. When we jumped off the PE wagon and sold the company to Truist they did not offer AFLAC supplement so I had to take the cover over vs purchase via work I pay direct. So this is an individual policy. Perhaps because I have more than just the medical transit.
It is part of an overall supplement that also provides for full cardiac and full cancer screenings every other year.

Truist offers it now as a supplement for employees. They don’t carry any of the cost so I still have my plan as an individual.

Unless you see the benefits of the cardiac or cancer preventative screenings I would go JRA route and just buy specific transport insurance.

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 on: December 01, 2021, 11:36:07 AM 
Started by JustAnotherSquid - Last post by JustAnotherSquid
  • In before "Was this suit yours?  Because you ride like a girl."
  • Size Medium
  • Bought new Christmas 2020
  • Worn for five track days
  • Was low-sided at the end of the third track day.  Turn 1 at VIR North at about 40-ish mph
  • Repaired by Barnacle Bill, and then worn for two more track days
  • The repairs are not particularly pretty but in typical Barnacle Bill fashion they are probably now the strongest parts of the suit
  • All stock armor is in place
  • I still have the original knee sliders but they are about 2/3 worn
  • Selling because KK upgraded to an Alpinestars airbag suit, and then again to a custom OneX airbag suit
  • $280 and can meet in the Highland Creek / Huntersville / Concord areas around Charlotte, or can ship if buyer covers shipping
  • Thanks for looking












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 on: December 01, 2021, 06:30:54 AM 
Started by Natrix - Last post by boike333
Try this:

https://www.ridersurance.com/life-flight-air-ambulance-insurance-and-repatriation-coverage

Thank you Sir!

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