Progressive motorcycle insurance gives Flo a makeover

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We may be used to seeing her in her apron and bubbly attitude, but this Flo has attitude. In the latest ads for Progressive motorcycle insurance, Flo – the iconic ad character – has taken on a whole new look. The actress and comedian who plays Flo, Stephanie Courtney, has traded her apron for a tough new look. The tongue-in-cheek print campaign features Flo donning new rider gear to go with her new attitude. The Progressive motorcycle insurance campaign was designed by Arnold Worldwide. He worked with Buffalo Art Co…

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Motorcycle safety program goes into effect in Newport Beach today

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Police will be working to increase their efforts to keep riders and other road users safe. The Newport Beach Police are adding an additional officer to the streets as of today. The goal is to implement a motorcycle safety program that will focus on keeping riders safe. This is a component of a grant-funded program meant to decrease the number of motorcycle crash injuries. The motorcycle safety program isn’t exclusive to Newport Beach. There will be other police departments throughout the region that will be using grants to enhance rider…

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Motorcycle helmet sales see healthy growth worldwide

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A new report has shown a global CAGR of more than 6 percent throughout the length of this year. A recently released report has shown a rise in motorcycle helmet sales this year. In fact, the predicted compound annual growth rate (CAGR) is 6 percent. The growth in helmet sales is being driven by the increasing number of head injuries from crashes. That said, manufacturers are trying to boost the appeal for riders through both function and fashion. It’s all well and good to offer a motorcycle helmet that provides…

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New motorcycle insurance options launched by SGI

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The changes to the available coverage have been sparking controversy among riders since they were first proposed in 2013. The Government of Saskatchewan, a province of Canada, has now announced that it will be adding more motorcycle insurance options for riders throughout the region, in a move that had first been proposed two years ago. Back when the idea was first suggested, in 2013, many riders expressed anger about the changes. The Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) made this announcement, saying that a new third option will be opening up for…

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Insurance coverage lacking among motorcycles in India

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Accidents involving any of 75 percent of riders provide no compensation to the victims. Two wheelers – including both motorcycles and scooters – are a very common vehicle in India, but recently released statistics have revealed that almost 75 percent of those riders are operating their vehicles without any type of insurance coverage, which is placing other road users at risk. This is particularly risky for other two-wheelers, cyclists, and pedestrians who don’t have protection. This data has been released by the Insurance Regulatory Development Authority (IRDA). This lack of…

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Motorcycle insurance and a license could save your life

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A recent study showed that 36 percent of traffic fatalities in Wisconsin were from unlicensed motorcyclists. As much as people have always been told that having a license and motorcycle insurancef is very important to safety, a recent study conducted in Wisconsin has shown that people who are unlicensed are getting killed on the state’s highways in large numbers every year. The study looked into the last ten years and about 36 percent of the fatalities involved unlicensed operators. This helps to explain why the two most highly recommended safety…

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Usage based insurance pilot program being tested on motorcycles

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The test will be performed by SGI, which makes it among the first in the world to use telematics on these vehicles. SGI (Saskatchewan Government Insurance) has announced its proposal to begin a program that will apply usage based insurance technology to policies that cover motorcycles, joining the very first in the world to take this step. Only a small handful of other companies across the globe have intentions to test telematics for motorcycles. Usage based insurance technology functions by installing a small device into a vehicle in order to…

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