georgia motorcycle insurance

With roughly 200,000 registered motorcycles, Georgia is a downright peachy place to let your hair loose and ride. But whether you use your bike to master the urban chaos of Atlanta or roll serenely along the state's 100 miles of coastline, you'll want Georgia motorcycle insurance to help keep you riding confidently (and legally).

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available motorcycle discounts in georgia

Even though Esurance currently doesn't offer motorcycle insurance in Georgia, don't worry — you're still on our mind (sorry, couldn't resist). We're determined to find you affordable coverage in your area, and it starts by scoring convenient discounts.

When you start a policy with our partner, you could stand to benefit from a Georgia bushel's-worth of perks, including but not limited to:

  • Paid-in-Full discount
  • Motorcycle Endorsement discount
  • Safety Course discount
  • Homeowner discount
  • Multi-Policy discount

required motorcycle insurance in your state

Georgians are legally required to have liability insurance to ride a motorcycle in the state. This coverage automatically comes with the following minimum limits:

  • $25,000 bodily injury per person
  • $50,000 bodily injury per accident
  • $25,000 property damage per accident

In the event of an at-fault accident, your liability coverage goes toward paying others' injury or property damage bills, up to the limits on your policy. So if you had the minimum limits, for example, and you collided with someone's SUV, your insurer would cover up to $25,000 for their repairs.

Keep in mind, you always have the option of selecting higher limits than the bare minimum. And given how fast post-accident bills can snowball, having more protection is a smart way to safeguard your finances and your family's future, and add some much-needed peace of mind to your riding.

preventing motorcycle theft in georgia: tips you should know

The Peach State is a majestic one for motorcyclists, no question. But it's not without its dark spots, either. When it comes to the issue of motorcycle theft, there is plenty of room for improvement: Georgia ranks as the eighth-worst state in the nation in that regard, with roughly 1,400 stolen bikes reported in 2015 alone, per the National Insurance Crime Bureau.

The good news is, there's a lot you can do to take improvement into your own throttle-revving hands. From the most secure position inside a garage to the most important areas on your bike to install locks, our info center has motorcycle theft facts and prevention tips galore. Take a minute to boost your knowledge so you can ride (and more important, park) with confidence.

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