FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 2014
Motorcyclists are known for taking pride in their bikes. But just because you love your bike doesn't mean you love paying for motorcycle insurance. Of course, you know how valuable the coverage is, but wouldn’t it be nice if it cost less? The good news is that there are plenty of ways to save on motorcycle insurance!
Your motorcycle itself is a factor in premium calculation:
How and when you ride contributes to premium prices:
- Pricier bikes cost more to insure than more modest bikes because of higher repair expenses.
- Custom accessories and paint jobs increase the value of your bike, so a bike with standard accessories and paint costs less to insure.
You can also talk to your independent insurance agent about these additional savings:
- Spending more time on the road statistically increases your chances of being involved in an accident, so seasonal or weekend riders may pay less for coverage than year-round riders.
- Motorcyclists with clean driving records typically pay less than those with a history of tickets and accidents.
- Your method of motorcycle storage is also a factor. Motorcyclists who store their bike in a garage or shed may pay less than those who store their bike outdoors, where the risk of theft and vandalism is higher.
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- Bundling your motorcycle insurance with your other personal policies (home, auto, life etc.) is the easiest way to save money across your entire insurance portfolio.
- Paying annually or biannually, rather than monthly, is a great way to eliminate the extra expense of processing fees that are tacked on by many insurers.
- Many insurers offer a variety of discounts, from customer loyalty to safe driving discounts. Ask your agent if you qualify for these valuable savings.
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