Whether you are cruising up the Maine coast, or exploring the mountains of New Hampshire, we can provide options to cover your motorcycle. We have offices located in Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Vermont, Rhode Island, Connecticut, and New York, meaning a local insurance agent may be closer than you think. Reach out to one of our offices today to see how we can help.
Generally, most motorcycle insurance policies will cover the basics, for instance a portion of the costs related to the damage of your bike, compensation in the event you cause an individual to be harmed, their property, or they must pay legal fees. Those are some of the basics, but here are some options that you can choose to customize your coverage with.
Full replacement covers the cost of your motorcycle if it is totaled.
Accessories Coverage includes options for covering things like custom work on your bike, luggage racks, GPS accessories, and some of your gear including your helmet, saddle bags, and gloves.
Comprehensive coverage occurs from events other than your typical collision, such as theft, hail, fire, and animal related incidents.
Possessions Coverage is a unique option that riders have when choosing insurance options. Possessions coverage protects items such as clothes, phones, and tools that you carry with you while riding, protecting them in case they are damaged, considered lost, or stolen.
What you will pay for motorcycle insurance depends on a number of factors including what coverage you choose, your age, the type of bike you have, and your riding history. To get a quote for what it would cost you to insure your motorcycle, you can request a quote from us. We work with many different insurance carriers, from local carriers to national names.
If you are looking to get a quote for your motorcycle in Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York or Connecticut, you can request a quote from us. If you would prefer to call someone to start the quoting process, you can find a list of all of our offices here with phone numbers. From there, an insurance professional will reach out to collect more information on the type of bike you have and what coverages you are interested in.