i have read many of your posts, but never replied you as we are strangers.
But for this time, your question is somewhat disturbing.
Incidents do happen maaaaan. I think a car is even more troublesome if it broke down in the way. Either you have to leave the care there or you will have to carry it on something, that both needs time, money, etc. etc., and same is the process for a 600 cc bike you are looking to. i have a GS150 cc with golden boy 350-18 tire on the rear, and once i have to drag it for 3 km. can you guess, for the next one week, my arms could not straighten out. So, you have to decide for a 600 cc bike by figuring out your usage..........if you are on your bike most of the time, then i think it is totally not suitable, i am sure after 2-3 months, you will end up selling that because we can buy machine here, but we cannot get support for it, that's the big problem. So brother, my heartly suggestion to you is that you remain on your current bike and try to maintain it more harder than ever, change the parts after 75% for sure, change them as soon as they give the warning signs, so that you will never end up waiting on the middle of the road for some help..............albeit the decision is yours............wait for the time the heavy bikes here get more common, otherwise you know our country very well....................
mazey ki baat yeh hey ki ek dafa i got my rear wheel punctured, when i went to the puncture shop, he said that he will charge Rs. 50 for one puncture, i said what! then i said why man, he said that the tire is not the usual one, it takes time to open it......................well that's really bullshit. that was not a very big tire, and a little extra force was needed to open that tire, but he never agreed to do that so i went to another shop...........so that's the way our people treat them who are in trouble., so be careful and be advised.