Bodily Injury Liability Coverage
Pays for damages to others for injury or death resulting from an accident in which you're at fault. May provide legal defense.
Pays for damage to your bike in the event of an accident.
Insurance for your own motorcycle damage, including theft, resulting from an occurrence other than collision with another object, animal or vehicle.
Property Damage Coverage
Pays for damage to other people's property resulting from an at-fault accident.
Uninsured Motorist Coverage
May pay for your injuries or property damage caused by an uninsured motorist or, in some instances, an unidentified driver.
Personal Injury Protection
May pay for you and your passengers’ medical treatment, lost wages or other accident-related expenses, no matter who caused the accident.
*Subject to the terms, limits and conditions of your policy contract.
The portion of a claim that you pay out of pocket. Budgeting tip: Opting for a higher deductible will lower your insurance premiums, so choose wisely.
This coverage protects custom parts or equipment other than those installed by the original manufacturer. These customizations are permanently installed/attached or they alter the appearance or performance of the vehicle. This coverage applies if you carry comprehensive and/or collision insurance.
Examples of accessories include, but are not limited to:
Trike conversion kits
Custom paint (varies by state)
Equipment, devices, accessories, enhancements and changes
Electronic equipment, antennas and other devices used exclusively to send or receive audio, visual or data signals, or to play back recorded media
A trailer that is attached to or detached from a covered vehicle
GEICO Motorcycle has great motorcycle accessories coverage, so not only does GEICO insure the bike, we insure the special personalizations that make it yours. And that’s exactly why our knowledgeable, enthusiastic motorcycle agents are here to help you get a policy customized perfectly to suit you—just like your ride. Give us a call to see which of your accessories are covered.
Getting stranded—we’ve all been there. But you ride with GEICO Motorcycle, so this affordable extra coverage is available for purchase with your policy. Whether you run over a nail or ride a little too long between gas stations, we’re here to help, complete with specialized flatbed trucks for towing.
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Though states vary with helmet laws, do yourself a solid and take care of your melon.
A good riding jacket can range from basic leather, to textile, to a high-quality piece including protective body armor.
Keep in mind that jeans won’t be able to protect your legs. Armored pants are a good idea.
A heavy, over-the-ankle pair of boots with oil-resistant, non-slip soles and ankle support should be considered a minimum.
Ensure that they are not only durable, but comfortable and allow a firm grip on the controls.
Buy and wear full coverage, impact-resistant eye protection whenever you ride.
Wind noise on a motorcycle can become extreme at highway speeds, and your hearing can suffer from repeated exposure to loud sounds.
Buy gear true-to-size. Never size up in order to layer—the space to do so is already built in.
A motorcycle helmet is the most important piece of safety equipment a new rider can buy.
When selecting a helmet, make sure it meets minimum safety standards by looking for a DOT sticker or a Snell sticker, which represent the seals of approval from the United States Department of Transportation and the Snell Memorial Foundation, respectively.
Helmets come in a variety of styles to accommodate various head shapes and sizes. Your local motorcycle dealer would be more than happy to help you with the right fit.
Helmets typically have a five-year life. After that, they may begin to degrade, impacting safety. This also applies if a helmet’s been dropped or involved in an accident. Motorcycle helmets are designed for a single, hard impact. Though the outer shell may remain in-tact, that doesn’t go for the inner layers.
Before each day's ride, perform a visual and operational check of the motorcycle and its operating systems. The Motorcycle Safety Foundation actually has a catchy name for this: T-CLOCS (Okay … “catchy” might be a little bit generous).
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Tires and Wheels
There’s a reason why they’re at the top of the list. Make it a habit to inspect your tires before every ride and check your tire pressure and tread levels weekly. Keep an eye out for any foreign materials.
Do the throttle and clutch cables operate smoothly? Check all levers and pedals. Be on the lookout for any fraying wires.
Lights and Electric
Check high and low beams, turn signals, running and brake lights. And don’t forget your horn!
Make sure your fluids are fresh and full. Whether it has a sight glass or dipstick, look to see if everything’s clear and at a proper level. Check for leaks, too.
Check your suspension. Make sure your chain has the correct tension and lubrication.
They should be free of cracks and bends. Check to make sure their springs are in place and secure to the bike.
Be aware of your surroundings.
A big cycle rule of thumb is to ride like you’re invisible—ride more defensively than you drive.
Ride with your high beam on during the day, and wear brightly colored-gear.
Take a Motorcycle Safety Foundation (MSF) course.
This incredibly thorough course is loaded with useful knowledge and tips for safe and smart riding. It’s is also required in many states. You could even get a special discount for taking it.
Know local motorcycle laws.
From helmets and eye protection to mirrors, be sure you’re aware and prepared for what is required where you’ll be riding. Take a look at motorcycle laws by state.
Here are ways to avoid garage rot and have your bike ready whenever the weather is.
Take the time to thoroughly wash and dry your motorcycle. A great way to dry your ride is going for a quick ride or use compressed air to blow the water off. Get your throttle clutch and brake cables inspected and lubricated to prevent premature wear or seizing.
Change and top off all essential fluids. Run the engine for a few minutes after to work the entire new blend throughout its intended route. Some bikes need fuel drained from the carburetor for winter. Do make sure the gas tank is filled if parked for extended periods during winter and add some fuel stabilizer, as well.
You can remove it from the bike and charge it monthly, or leave it in place and attach a trickle charger. If you do find yourself with a dead battery, do not jump start it using a car. Motorcycle batteries are fragile and this will significantly cut into its life.
Your bike should be kept indoors in a dry, safe place.
Even though you don’t anticipate a winter cruise, things could still happen. We know it’s not so fun to think about, but there is always a possible event of fire, flooding, vandalism and even theft. Who knows—maybe you accidentally ding your bike while backing into the garage with your car.
On a more positive note, when you keep your bike insured, you keep your discounts. Not to mention—we all know how unpredictable the weather is. Feel confident knowing your bike is waiting for you safe and sound.
Insuring more than one motorcycle with us.
Having completed a Motorcycle Safety Foundation or Military Safety Course.
Keeping your coverage active for a full year.
When you join your GEICO car insurance policy with a motorcycle policy, you could also get a Multi-Policy Discount on your car insurance.
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Flat tire? Ran out of gas? Our Emergency Roadside Service (ERS) can help. Log in to your GEICO Auto Policy or call (800) 424-3426 to get a quote or add it to your policy.
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