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Motorcycle Insurance Red Deer

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All About Motorcycle Insurance in Red Deer

Motorcycle Insurance in Red Deer (Essential Coverage for Your Bike)

If you invest in a motorcycle, you’ll need essential insurance protection for you and your motorcycle. Luckily, our brokers can answer your questions and give you advice on what type of coverage you need.

If you’re on a budget (putting aside some money for your leather wear) add your motorcycle policy to an existing auto policy. Savings depend on your individual scenario.

We also offer you a guaranteed replacement cost coverage, bundling discounts, and multi-motorcycle discounts.

Work to ride and ride to work

Owning a motorcycle is a way of life. Red Deer offers endless highways to explore with your bike.

Call one of our skilled and friendly brokers to help you get what you need.

What motorcycle coverage is available?

Your driving style and equipment are different from everyone else.

You may have a bobber or a chopper. Whatever type of motorcycle you own, you can make the policy your own.

We typically cover things like:

  • Vandalism
  • Collision
  • Theft
  • Liability for third-party damages, injuries

5 Tips for Motorcyclists in Red Deer

  1. Look before you move. Drivers move their heads to look in the direction they are going first. Use this as a guide to anticipate their moves.
  2. Make good decisions. Don’t position yourself between a vehicle and an offramp. A last-minute decision from a driver could leave you scrambling.
  3. Wear brightly covered gear and turn on your high beams. Make sure people see you – even if it’s a fashion crisis.
  4. Get antilock brakes. The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety’s data shows motorcycles equipped with antilock brakes are 37% less likely to be involved in a fatal crash.
  5. Wear the proper gear. Jeans and a t-shirt is not ideal for a motorcycle ride Always wear your helmet, eyeglasses and protective gear. Did you know helmets deteriorate over time? Swap yours out every five years or when you see wear and tear.