Do you need Motorcycle Insurance?

//Do you need Motorcycle Insurance?

Do you need Motorcycle Insurance?

You can get motorcycle insurance starting at just $75 a year. Here at Capital Auto Insurance we always kick in plenty of extra discounts (automatically applied during your motorcycle insurance quote). Plus, Progressive will cover and pay for more if you do ever have a claim. That means you can pay less now to start and during a claim. 1 out of 3 motorcycle drivers are insured through Progressive. At Progressive, you get more. It’s that simple. More protection for you and your motorcycle. More ways to save. More types of motorcycles insured. And most importantly, more love for your bike. So go ahead, get a motorcycle insurance quote and ride with the best motorcycle insurance company. Progressive has different types of coverages making it easy to pick and choose to your benefit. We value fitting your needs and keeping the price low.

Coverage for gear and personal belongings

You can add coverage for just about all of the personal property you carry on your motorcycle if it’s damaged or stolen. This includes camping gear, safety gear and even your phones.

Total loss coverage for a brand new bike

Available if your bike is no more than one model year old on a new policy, and two model years old during a renewal of a TLC policy. If it’s totaled, we’ll give you the full MSRP for a brand new motorcycle, minus your deductible.

If your bike is legal, we’ll likely insure it

If it’s cool enough for you to ride, it’s cool enough for us to insure. Overall, Progressive will insure 99% of all motorcycles. Here are some of the common types we insure. Check out all the different types of motorcycles and bikes we insure.

  • Cruisers
  • Customized motorcycles
  • Mopeds
  • Scooters
  • Dirt bikes
  • Vintage and antique motorcycles
  • Sport and high performance motorcycles

Don’t see your bike listed in our motorcycle insurance quote? Just give us a call and we’ll try to figure it out.

By | 2018-04-12T15:35:39+00:00 April 12th, 2018|