kansas motorcycle insurance

We know your state is prone to severe weather, Kansans, but that doesn't mean your motorcycle insurance premium needs to look grim.

Though we don't currently offer coverage in your state, you can get a motorcycle quote through our partner and find some of the most affordable motorcycle insurance rates around.

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saving on kansas motorcycle insurance

No one enjoys forking over money for insurance. Luckily, with a policy from our partner you can get Sunflower State motorcycle discounts that will make your day a little brighter.

For instance, Kansas residents can benefit from their state's above-average homeownership rate. Riders who own their home could qualify for an easy discount.

And just by paying your premium all up front instead of with installments, you could snag a Paid-in-Full discount.

Other discounts could include:

  • Multi-Vehicle discount
  • Multi-Policy discount
  • Safety Course discount

required motorcycle insurance in kansas

If you're motorcycling in Kansas, you need to have liability insurance. This can help cover others' property damage and injury costs if you cause an accident, thus protecting your hard-earned assets.

Minimum limits for Kansas liability insurance are:

  • $25,000 bodily injury per person
  • $50,000 bodily injury per incident
  • $10,000 property damage per incident

kansas motorcycling fun facts

Joy riding in Jayhawk land

Gentle hills and sun-kissed fields aren't the only things that make motorcycling a dream in Kansas. The state also boasts a commute that's roughly one-third shorter than the national average. Which means Kansans typically don't have to worry about pesky gridlock getting in the way of a thrilling and satisfying ride.

Helmet law for young riders

Kansas has a partial helmet law, which requires anyone 17 years old and younger to slap on a lid. Of course, we at Esurance recommend helmets for anyone heading out on a motorcycle — regardless of age.

Get a motorcycle insurance quote and see how much you can save.

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