Whether it's custom built or shipped from Germany, we have a policy for you.
Cruise down the highway with peace of mind.
Motorcycles have become gradually specialized as they rise in popularity. Depending on the type of motorcycle you ride, it's important to find the right coverage. Custom equipment, the rarity of the vehicle, its use — these all make a difference in your policy. We have the ability to shop around with numerous insurance companies to find the best policy that suits you.
Explore more about motorcycle insurance by reading about the various kinds of coverage below.
What is motorcycle insurance?
Motorcycle insurance is very similar to auto insurance, covering the vehicle, the driver, and any property damaged in the event of a crash. Policies can be different, and often less expensive than an auto policy based on how frequently you drive it, and what it's purpose is (there are different risks with a Harley Davidson compared to a family dirtbike).
What kinds are there?
Policies for driving a motorcycle vary based on how the bike is used. An expensive, custom built Harley used for cross-country excursions will need more coverage and be far more expensive than a policy for a dirtbike used twice a year in the woods. At Allegiance, we'll help you find the policy that fits exactly what your bike is being used for so you're not paying for unnecessary coverage.
What comes with a motorcycle insurance policy?
This form of coverage is standard with any policy, and covers damage to yourself and others in the event of a crash.
Medical Payments Coverage
Provides coverage for any medical costs needed by the insured in the case of an accident.
Physical Damage Coverage
This coverage helps with the costs of repairing the bike. Talk with your agent to determine whether you will be using actual cash value, stated, or agreed value for a settlement.
Take a trip from Miami
to San Francisco.
The last thing you want while taking a tour of the country is to break-down and be stuck for days. Talk with Allegiance to ensure that whatever adventuring you plan to do on your bike, be it cross-country or through the backwoods, you never need to worry about the future.