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Motorcycle Insurance

New Redwood Insurance Services can find great rates on motorcycle insurance coverage. We shop multiple insurance companies to find the best combination of coverage and price for you. Don’t have a motorcycle license? No Permit? No problem! We can even insure drivers that are new to the US with International Driving Experience. If you have completed the MSF safety class you will receive a discount that can save you a lot of money. If you have a Motorcycle license you will get a much better rate then if you don’t have one. Most motorcycle insurance policies cover Sport Bikes, Cruisers, Touring bikes, Scooters, Dirt Bikes, Mopeds, Classic’s, Trikes, and ATV’s. The average motorcycle policy comes with $3,000 accessory parts coverage, which will cover things like aftermarket exhaust systems, Chrome parts, Stereo and speakers, and much more. We are proud to say that we specialize in Motorcycle insurance and we have never came across a policy that we couldn’t beat with a better rate.

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Motorcycle Insurance FAQ’s


What discounts are available?

Discounts will help you save money on the premium you pay for your policy. You may qualify for a multi-policy discount if you insure more than just your bike with the same company. Specifically for motorcycles, you may be able to get discounts for taking safety courses or for being a preferred operator.

What kind of higher limits are available for Liability coverage?

Liability coverage is important in case you are found responsible for someone else’s injury while driving your motorcycle. Having the option for higher limits is a plus, considering attorney fees and other costs associated with litigation can increase quickly. Based on their financial situation, many people try to match their motorcycle liability limits to the liability limits they have on their automobile.

Do I have coverage for my safety apparel?

Helmets, leathers, gloves and any other clothing designed to minimize injury are considered safety apparel. Be sure to discuss what this coverage includes with your agent. Typically damage to safety apparel is covered, but theft is not.