The Motorcycle Insurance Company, a leader in providing real-time insurance quotes to riders across the nation, has announced the launch of 3 new web portals dedicated to the southern region of the country.
Online PR News – 22-September-2011 – – The Motorcycle Insurance Company, a leader in providing real-time insurance quotes to riders across the nation, has announced the launch of 3 new web portals dedicated to the southern region of the country. These websites have been created to supported consumers who need information related to their specific state of residence, in terms of motorcycle laws, regulations, insurance requirements, and more.
The first site launched was Georgia Motorcycle Insurance, a portal dedicated to residents of the Peach State. It outlines the minimum liability limits that have been imposed for motorcycle policyholders, as well as discussing who the leading insurers in the state are and how helmets and regulations work.
The second web portal is North Carolina Motorcycle Insurance, which is targeted to residents of the Tarheel State. North Carolina motorcyclists enjoy some of the best riding in the country, from the Blue Ridge Mountains to the Outer Banks. But motorcycle insurance coverage is a must just to register your bike. This cuts down on uninsured motorcyclists.
The last portal is Florida Motorcycle Insurance. Interestingly enough, Florida is one of the few states in which motorcycle liability insurance is not required. However, riders without insurance must have an adequate medical insurance policy to be considered legal for the road. Additionally, if you riders do opt for insurance (as is recommended), there are liability minimums that must be met.
Overall, these sites should clear up some of the confusions surrounding motorcycle insurance guidelines, laws, and regulations in the states of GA, NC, and FL.