Motorcycle Insurance typically offers a combination of collision, liability, theft, and related coverage designed specifically to meet the needs of motorcycle owners.
If you own a motorcycle—whether you ride it or not!—you need this coverage to protect you from theft, collision, and other common exposures.
Some of the items that may affect premiums are:
- Your driving record.
- Where you keep your cycle (in the open or in the garage).
- Your credit record.
- How many years you have been driving a motorcycle.
- Your age.
- Previous Cycle Coverage.
- Anti-theft devices.
Most states don't require ATV insurance and you may have limited coverage if you have a homeowners policy.
If you have an ATV we urge you to contact us and let us review your specific policy to determine whether you need a separate ATV Policy.
Many insurance companies offer discounts to help lower your premium such as:
- A discount for completing and approved ATV safety course.
- A discount for owning and insuring multiple ATVs.
- A discount for being a member of associations such as the Harley-Davidson Owners Group (HOG), American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) or the Honda Rider's Club of America (HRCA).
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Get more answers with these tools and resources.
Keep This Information Handy Federal Trade Commission ID Theft Line and websites
Social Security Administration Fraud Line
Credit Reporting Agencies
Equifax: 1-800-525-6285 www.equifax.com
Experian: 1-888-397-3742 www.experian.com
Transunion: 1-800-680-7289 www.transunion.com
Identity Theft Plan
- Call your credit card companies immediately. Explain what happened, and ask where to send a copy of the police report.
- Call and report to the police. Make several copies of police report.
- Complete a Federal Trade Commission (FTC) Theft Affidavit and FTC report (see contact information above to request these forms).
- Call your bank. They can place an alert on your Driver’s License number and Social Security Number, and freeze your account.
- Call fraud units of credit report agencies: Experian, Equifax, and Transunion.