What happens if I don’t have motorcycle insurance?

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The day you pass your motorcycle test is probably going to be one of the best days of your life. You’ll suddenly have the freedom to pick your favorite KTM motorcycles from the local dealer and hit the road. Your license may limit the size of the bike you can ride but it won’t limit how far you can ride, or how much fun you can have! However, it’s not as simple as just hopping onto a bike and riding off into the sunset. You need to get the right…

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5 Reasons Why An RV Surge Protector Is Worth Every Penny

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Whether you are recently retired, want a change of pace, or just like to travel, living in an RV is the right choice for many Americans. Living in an RV permanently or just for a little while, it only makes sense to make sure that it is as safe as possible. But too often than not people skip some vital equipment that ensures their RV is safe and protected all the time. One of those pieces of equipment you should never skip is a surge protector. What is a Surge…

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RV rental insurance rises as people take social distancing vacations

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As flights, train rides and buses are out of the question for travel, recreational vehicles have become popular. As travel remains broadly restricted across the country and around much of the world, RV rental insurance has seen a sudden increase as Americans look to alternate ways to take their vacations. Renting recreational vehicles has always been popular, but this year is seeing an uptick due to regulations. Campers and recreational vehicles have typically appealed the most to one or two demographics, particularly the newly retired. However, this year it has…

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Scooter insurance may not be included in your home or auto policies

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Those enjoying one of these convenient electric devices may want to be aware of their coverage. Scooter insurance – or the lack thereof – is a rising concern now that these electric devices are increasing in popularity. Of course, it’s not necessarily their popularity that is leading to the concerns. Instead, it is the rise in traffic accidents, head injuries, and even fatalities associated with adding them to traffic. Many riders don’t realize that their electric mobility option may not be covered under their insurance. Electric scooters are taking off…

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Snowmobile theft rates are highest in Alaska, says National Insurance Crime Bureau

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A national crime statistic analysis showed three parts of the state experienced the most reports in the country. The National Insurance Crime Bureau conducted an analysis of snowmobile theft reports across the United States. What they determined was that three regions in Alaska saw more thefts of these machines than anywhere else in the country. There were 128 snowmobiles stolen in Alaska from 2015 through 2018; 8 percent of the U.S. total. Anchorage, Alaska saw the highest rate of snowmobile theft in the United States. Throughout the span of time…

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Top Snowmobile Season Preparedness Tips to Avoid Insurance Claims

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Riders are eager to get on their favorite winter recreational vehicles, but a bit of care is needed. Early snow this year has already made it possible for certain parts of the country to start thinking about snowmobile season. It won’t be long before snowmobilers hit the trails. To be ready as soon as it’s possible to head out, it’s a good idea to prepare in advance. Heading out for snowmobile season isn’t just a matter of getting the machines out of storage and hitting the trails. Certain preparations need…

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