Differences between motorcycle and car insurance
There's a huge difference between riding a motorcycle and driving a car, so it shouldn't be too surprising the way they are insured is different, too. If you're getting on a bike for the first time (or the first time in a long time), here are some key differences you need to know about.
Motorcycle insurance is more expensive
Motorcycle insurance is not always mandatory
Personal injuries may not be covered
Additionally, if you are in an accident and have a passenger on your bike, the passenger may be able to sue you for any injuries he or she may have suffered in the accident. To protect yourself from this you can usually get optional guest passenger liability insurance to cover your passenger in the event of an accident.
You can get seasonal coverage
via Autoblog http://www.autoblog.com
February 7, 2017 at 03:11AM
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