There are different coverage options available for a motorcycle that won’t be used for several months. Storage insurance can be classified under comprehensive or other than collision insurance coverage. This type of coverage normally includes protection against fire, storm damage, or theft of the vehicle. It may cover other types of damage that happen to your bike if it’s left in storage.
Rideshare insurance: Allstate now offers coverage in 47 states and Washington, D.C., for customers who drive for ride-hailing services such as Uber and Lyft. Those companies’ full coverage only kicks in while you’re carrying passengers, with limited coverage in between rides. Ridesharing insurance from Allstate is built into your regular policy and covers you the whole time your app is on.
One of the interesting contrasts we found was between teenaged and elderly drivers. According to the AAA Foundation of Traffic Safety’s 2014-2015 American Driving Survey, drivers aged 16-17 crashed their vehicles more than any of the other age groups. When it comes to fatal crashes, however, the same group is tied with drivers aged 80 and above. Both groups ranked higher than others in that category, as well.
You may end up going for an insurance policy with a built-in reduced premium for your motorcycle. This type of coverage includes a layoff period for the time your motorcycle is left in storage as part of the premium. However, it can feel expensive to pay full coverage even during the offseason. But with this setup, you won’t have to think or worry about your coverage whenever the weather changes. You’ll be able to ride your bike whenever the weather permits.
The urge to protect our homes, the place where we lay our heads and raise our children, is universal. All Americas helps keep the castle safe and sound with comprehensive coverage that guards against theft, fire and storm damage. We also insure other properties, including apartments, condos, mobile homes and property owned by your business. Contact us for a quote.
Please note that this website provides only a summary of auto insurance, written to illustrate in general terms how auto insurance works. Your insurance policy is the legal contract that contains the terms and limitations of your coverage. You should carefully review the contents of your policy. All products and coverages are subject to availability and limitations. Whether an accident or other loss is covered is subject to the terms and conditions of your insurance policy.