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Motorcycle Insurance 101

Make sure custom parts and equipment are covered. Additional parts such as chrome plating, a custom paint job, saddlebags or special rims usually increase the value of your motor-cycle and may not be covered. If you’ve added any custom parts or equipment, you’ll want to check your policy or call your independent agent to make sure they’re covered.

Know your options. Rates can vary, so shop around to see if another company offers you a better rate or if you qualify for any discounts. If you have comprehensive and collision coverage, consider raising your deductibles. Doing so can help to lower the cost of your policy.

Choose a company that specializes in motorcycle insurance. For example, Progressive is America’s largest motorcycle insurer. Progressive agents and brokers understand the special needs of motorcycle owners and offer specialized coverages that are designed for them and their bikes.

For more information about motorcycle insurance or to find an insurance agent, visit progressiveagent.com.

Did You Know?
Riding a motorcycle is different from driving a car. Motorcycle insurance needs are different, too. That’s why it’s important to choose a company that specializes in motorcycle insurance. For example, Progressive is America’s largest motorcycle insurer. For more information, visit progressiveagent.com.

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