Insuring a Motorcycle in The Northeast Just Got Easier
09/26/2011

Motorcycle Insurance Co., a leading provider of rate quotes and insurance information for riders across the country, recently launched a trio of websites to cater to motorcyclists in the northeast region of the country.

Online PR News – 26-September-2011 – – Motorcycle Insurance Co., a leading provider of rate quotes and insurance information for riders across the country, recently launched a trio of websites to cater to motorcyclists in the northeast region of the country. Although the riding season in New England and the Tri-State area is abbreviated by the cold winter months, motorcycles remain a popular form of transportation and recreation, and policyholders need to stay abreast of developments that could save them money and keep them safe.

The first portal launched is Motorcycle Insurance Pennsylvania. PA residents love their bikes, and of course, they need to have them insured or face fines, citations, and of course a great deal of financial risk. After all, the cost of healthcare in the Keystone State has climbed dramatically in recent years. Without liability coverage, policyholders could find themselves liable for huge sums in damages. For that reason, most experts recommend that riders opt for more coverage than they need.

Here is the second website: NH Motorcycle Insurance. This portal is, of course, dedicated to the motorcyclist of the Granite State. It sets out the minimum liability coverages that riders have to carry, and outlines the leading motorcycle insurance carriers in the state.

The last and final website is NJ Motorcycle Insurance, targeted to motorcycle policyholders in the state of New Jersey. In NJ, like most states, coverage is required by law.

When debating how much coverage you need, please keep in mind the cost of medical care. As you know, it's risen drastically in recent years. Unfortunately, the minimum liability limits set out by each of these states has not risen in step with the rising cost of health care. That means there is a significant risk that, if you just opt for the minimums, your coverage may be insufficient in the event of an accident.

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