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As a motorcycle rider, you know that you need insurance if you want to enjoy your bike to the fullest and stay legal. But what exactly is motorcycle insurance and what do you need to know about it? First, you need to know how much it will cost to insure your motorcycle. Next, you need to consider what kind of coverage you need to protect yourself in case of an accident. Many people do not know that motorcycle insurance is relatively inexpensive and can be less expensive than auto insurance.
Types of Motorcycle Insurance
Just like auto insurance, you have the options to purchase a policy to cover liability only or to cover both liability and your motorcycle. Liability insurance provides protection for damage that you may cause to another person or persons—covered under bodily injury—or to their property—covered under property damage. In the case of bodily injury, the other person may suffer a loss related to medical bills, lost wages, and pain and suffering. Collision insurance provides protection for your motorcycle in the event of an accident and comprehensive insurance covers your motorcycle against fire, theft, vandalism, flood, hail, impact with animals, and the like.
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Why do you need motorcycle insurance?
Buying a motorcycle is exciting but buying insurance is the best choice you can make to protect your asset(s). The easiest way to start the process is to speak with a licensed motorcycle insurance company. Platinum Insurance has many licensed agents who are ready to help you get the right amount of coverage at the right price. Your protection is about eight minutes away. Call Platinum Insurance now for a motorcycle quote in 7 minutes or less.
If you are a motorcyclist, you are aware of the risks you face when you hop on your bike. Being on a motorcycle, in some cases, makes you less noticeable that being in a vehicle, and the chances of being involved in an accident does increase. Insurance offers protection against an unfortunate event and is designed to indemnify you.