Motorcycles: Insurance Matters
Motorcycle insurance can be tricky! Do you know what your motorcycle insurance should cost? Do you know what types of policies to consider? Motorcycle safety tips often go hand-in-hand with your insurance considerations. Are you a safe rider? Read the following articles for help and to find additional motorcycle safety resources.
This book is a must-have resource for all motorcycle riders. Throughout this comprehensive book are thorough explanations of the various types of insurance you need and what they are for.
• (article) Who is Going to Fix My Bike?
This explains what to do if you have collision insurance and what to do if you don’t. As well, it explains how your damaged gear may be included with damages.
Under constant pressure to be the cheapest, insurance companies will often sell less coverage than is wise. This tells you why that may leave you vulnerable and how insurance protects you.
Buying the bike is exciting but it is critical for you to be properly insured. This excerpt from the Motorcycle Law book explains why your insurance agent might not tell you what you need to know about motorcycle insurance coverage.
• (news) Motorcycle Insurance Scholarships
The O’Sullivan Law Firm is teaming up with BikerDown.org, a nonprofit organization that supports injured motorcyclists and their families by offering Aflac insurance scholarships to motorcyclists.
• (article) The Unthinkable Happens — You’re in an Accident
This article includes a section about how different types of insurance work after an accident.
This is an absolute MUST READ for anyone who owns a motorcycle. If you think the worst has been done at the scene of the wreck, we promise you, it can get worse. This chapter explains how to deal with the other driver’s insurance company.
Proper riding gear is important to protect your body. Proper insurance protects your life during and after an accident.
Insurance companies do not do a very good job about explaining how this insurance can help you in the event of an accident. Very often, insurance reps themselves don’t really know what these are so make sure you do!
The at-fault driver’s insurance company will do anything they can to take what you say to them and use it against you. Learn what you legally can and cannot do when it comes to insurance companies.