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Thursday, September 23, 2021Motorcyclists must follow high standards. Each state punishes reckless driving, particularly if the offender has previous citations on their record. Though you might feel tempted to burn rubber, prepare to face the consequences if you do. If you receive charges while on your motorcycle, those will show up driving record. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, August 13, 2019If your motorcycle gets damaged, then you can expect to have to make repairs. It’s likely going to cost you money to do so, and you might want your motorcycle insurance to help you pay for it. If the bike is a total loss, then you can expect the problem to be a bit more complicated to you. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, September 23, 2014Motorcyclists are statistically at a higher risk for accidents so it makes good sense to have motorcycle insurance. The right policy will help protect you financially if damage or injuries occur to you, your bike or others if you're involved an accident. Is There a Minimum Coverage Requirement? READ MORE >>
Tuesday, August 12, 2014If you’re preparing for a lengthy vacation or just looking ahead to fall/winter, you may be looking for motorcycle storage options. Just like with your car, it’s always best to store your motorcycle indoors. Even though you can cover your motorcycle in your driveway, it’s still more susceptible to weather damage, animal nesting and theft. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, April 23, 2014Just like with cars, there are many coverage options for motorcyclists that range far beyond the minimum state requirements for liability insurance. Many people opt to buy collision and comprehensive coverage, while enthusiasts may be willing to spend a bit more for complete protection. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, August 13, 2013What Does Liability Insurance Cover? Damage to property of others: You run a light and hit the side of a car, causing damage to the doors. Liability coverage would pay to repair the door. Medical coverage for others: The driver of the other car goes to the emergency room, with injuries requiring medical treatment, including surgery and rehabilitative care. READ MORE >>