Get The Right Motorcycle Insurance For Your Lifestyle
The type of motorcycle insurance coverage needed varies according to your personal style, financial needs and riding habits. What kind of rider are you, and how do you rank compared to other motorcycle enthusiasts across the nation?
Born to be wild...in 1945.
Yes, the baby boomers are changing the image of bikers. If you are one of the millions of boomers enjoying the open road, be sure to protect all of your hard earned assets by obtaining the right insurance coverage for your motorcycle and other insurance needs. One of the benefits of dealing with a large, reputable company like GEICO is the ability to handle all of your insurance needs with one convenient and competitively priced provider.
Babes On Bikes
Young riders remain a stable segment of the motorcycle market. Generally, young riders have fewer assets but may also have less money to protect themselves against unexpected losses. If you are a parent with a teen motorcycle rider, set specific rules about who can ride and under what conditions. Street racing and other high-risk activities are often associated with young riders, but individual driving records still play an important role in your motorcycle insurance quotes. Be sure to ask your GEICO representative if your teenager needs his or her own motorcycle insurance or can be covered by your policy.
Women are joining their male counterparts in enjoying a ride, but rather than coming along for the ride, women are buying their own bikes. Up to 15% of new motorcycles are now purchased by women riders with an even larger percentage comprising the sale of scooters.
With gasoline surging past $3 a gallon many motorcycle riders are using their favorite toy as a way to keep pace with the rising cost of living. If your sole mode of transportation is a motorcycle then check with your state and local laws as well as GEICO about standard motor vehicle coverage before borrowing a friend's car during bad weather.
Escape the 9 to 5 grind by letting your hair down and hitting the road. It's a long standing tradition growing in popularity across the nation as friends, spouses and bike clubs enjoy the scenery and spend time together.
The above-listed tips are for informational use only. Refer to your insurance policy contract for specific information regarding your coverages and for actual terms, conditions and exclusions. The above statements are general in nature and may or may not reflect the actual terms of your insurance policy.