Ohioans know that living here means seasons can change back and forth within the same week Some days in the same winter month might be sunny and sixty degrees, while other days may blanket us in six inches of snow and frigid temperatures This can translate to uncertainties when it comes to the best “riding season” for motorcycles. The general consensus, however, seems to be that once April and May roll around, more and more riders are getting their bikes out on the road. These months tend to offer the perfect “riding” temperature for motorcyclists – not too cold, when snow and ice may still be on the roadways and not too hot as to “bake” when wearing a helmet.
With warmer weather right around the corner, motorcycle owners are ramping up to get out on the road. This time of year may likely see a rise in motorcycle purchases. Whether a veteran or first time rider, you need to make sure you’re covered before you make that first trip out on the road. Take safety precautions first. Always wear a helmet, be visible to other motorists, use turn signals and never drive impaired. Motorcycle owners should protect their assets, making sure your insurance covers you, your bike, and everything that goes with it.
AAA Insurance can help with that.
Motorcycle insurance is required in all states except New Hampshire (where drivers are still required to be financially responsible for their bikes). AAA offers motorcycle insurance from some of the top providers in the nation, and with plenty of discounts and options. We make sure you have everything you need to ensure you’re protected.
There are several factors that go into plans and premiums for motorcycle insurance. Age, location, driving history and the type of bike you own can all affect your policy. There are also many different types and aspects of coverage. While liability insurance is the only coverage required by law in most states, there are other important coverages that should be considered. Just like automobile insurance, things like comprehensive, collision and uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage are important to consider when insuring your motorcycle. There are also coverages that go above and beyond, like custom parts insurance and OEM, or original equipment manufacturer, insurance.
This can all seem a little overwhelming when it comes to determining the best coverage for you. The good news is, it doesn’t have to be! Our licensed agents are here to make getting covered easy. Not only will they compare providers to get the best coverage for you, but AAA Insurance agents will also work to get you the most comprehensive coverage at the most competitive rate. That means even more savings for you!
So, what are you waiting for? The sooner you’re covered, the sooner you can fire up your bike and enjoy the freedom of the open road. Click or call (800) 323-5490 to connect with an agent today for insurance that’s more than insurance.