Top 10 Ways to Save on Motorcycle Insurance

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10. Talk, Shop, and Switch?

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Get off the computer and call your insurance agent on the phone. Agents are people too, with vehicles, homes and other property that needs insuring, and he or she may be willing to offer suggestions to cutting your premiums you hadn’t considered, such as altering your coverage or bundling policies as mentioned above.

Many insurance providers offer an incentive for switching from a competitor, usually by way of a one-time discount. While you’ve your agent got on the phone, let him or her know that you’re considering getting quotes from competing agents. Companies will often offer incentives for you to keep your business right where it is. Still, it can’t hurt to shop around occasionally. If you are switching insurance companies anyway and are not offered a discount by your new insurer, ask why not. A little chat goes a long way.

Top Insurance Providers

  • Allstate Motorcycle Insurance

    Allstate offers protection with one purpose: to keep riders riding. For those who can’t image life without two wheels, Allstate offers the Rider Protection Package, Genuine Parts Guarantee and New Motorcycle Replacement, plus discounts that could save you up to 50%. Call an Allstate Agent for a fast, free quote today.
  • GEICO Motorcycle Insurance

    Let’s cut to the chase – you’re shopping for a new bike, and you gotta have insurance for it, too. Don’t trust that beauty to just anyone – trust GEICO, where great rates and knowledgeable reps are just the beginning. GEICO. 15 minutes could save you 15% or more on motorcycle insurance, too.
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  • aircraftmech

    I found out that by owning a BMW bike, the rate is significantly higher that what I was paying; it is twice as high as what I was paying on my Triumph. Something to think about…


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