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Motorcycle By The WaterMany people enjoy riding motorcycles, as well as the gas they save by riding them. A daily driver might spend $100 to $200 per month on gas (depending on what vehicle he or she uses), but a motorcycle typically only costs you $20 to $30 in fuel per month.

But gas isn't the only thing you can save on by two-wheeling it. Here are seven tips to save on motorcycle insurance.
  1. If you are a beginner, take an advanced training program. It will cost you a fee, but the program will be worth it. You will be educated about the ins and outs of riding, what to watch out for in any circumstance and everything about safety. Plus, many states offer big discounts for brushing up on safety.
  2. Try to park your bike in an enclosed area like a garage or shed. If your bike is parked in an open area, it is more prone to theft and unexpected disasters.
  3. Talk to an independent insurance agent. They do not work for any one insurance company; therefore, they will shop around and find the coverage that's perfect for you. Also, their inside knowledge on the industry is crucial for getting the best deal available.
  4. Ask your agent if you're eligible for discounts. Many are available for drivers with clean records and other qualifications.
  5. The more safety features on your bike, such as an immobilizer, the less you are likely to pay for coverage.
  6. Try to decrease your mileage every year. Bikers who ride more often are also likely to pay more for coverage.
  7. Some insurers offer a bonus for each policy period that you go claims-free. Talk to your agent for details.
Now that you have read these tips, you are on your way to getting motorcycle insurance for less.

Ask if you can save today. Call Moore Insurance Agency at (361) 991-9000 for more information on Corpus Christi motorcycle insurance.
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