WEDNESDAY, MAY 28, 2014
If you own or operate a motorcycle, you'll need to get liability coverage that meets the minimum requirements of your state. This will cover what you're financially responsible for if you cause an accident that results in property damage and/or bodily injury to a third party. This coverage includes vehicles, residences, storefronts, medical expenses, lost wages and pain and suffering.
However, there are many other coverage options available for motorcyclists. For optimal protection, consider the following 7 options when buying your motorcycle insurance policy.
Talk to an agent to determine which coverage options are best. Call Pro Player Insurance Group at (954) 316-4662 for more information on Fort Lauderdale motorcycle insurance.
- Uninsured/underinsured motorist: Covers your damages/injuries following a collision that was the fault of an uninsured or underinsured driver.
- Collision: Covers your own property damages in the event of a collision with another vehicle, a building or a tree.
- Comprehensive: Covers property damages that are not the result of a collision, such as weather-related damages, theft and vandalism.
- Personal injury: Regardless of fault, this covers injuries to you and/or your passenger, including medical expenses, lost wages, child care expenses and even funeral expenses.
- Rental reimbursement: Covers the costs of a rental vehicle while your motorcycle is being repaired or recovered.
- Custom parts: Provides extra property coverage for after-market parts that have been installed for decorative value, such as custom seats and crash bars.
- Transport Trailer Damage: Covers damages to motorcycle and off-road vehicle transport trailers following a collision, rollover and many natural disasters.
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