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oregon motorcycle insurance

The mountainous regions of Oregon provide more than a gorgeous landscape — they offer motorcycle aficionados the best in hilly terrain. Whether you live for the twists and turns of Cooper Spur Road or the sleek line of Route 6, you can ride easier knowing that Esurance has a way of making the insurance process simple for you.

Though we don't currently offer motorcycle insurance in Oregon, we can help you secure coverage. Get a free Oregon motorcycle insurance quote from our partner for a policy that keeps Beaver State riders and their bikes safe and secure.

saving with oregon motorcycle insurance discounts

The gorgeous scenery of your state is great for more than just motorcycling. Sunday drives in the car, trail excursions in an ATV, and mountain-side cruises in a snowmobile are all more fun in Oregon.

They're even better, still, when they come with reduced motorcycle insurance rates. Luckily, when you insure multiple vehicles with our trusted partner, you could earn a sweet discount on your motorcycle policy.

Other ways to save on Oregon motorcycle insurance could include Homeowner discount, Paid-in-Full discount, Safety Course discount, and others. Get your quote through Esurance today to see what perks you qualify for.

required motorcycle insurance in oregon

Oregon riders must have the following types of coverage on their policy.

Liability insurance

This helps cover others' injury and property damage costs in case you cause an accident. Minimum liability limits in your state are:

  • $25,000 bodily injury per person
  • $50,000 bodily injury per incident
  • $20,000 property damage per incident

Uninsured motorist coverage

If you're ever struck by a driver who lacks insurance, uninsured motorist (UM) coverage can kick in to help treat your accident-related injuries. Minimum UM limits are the same as the bodily injury limits on your liability coverage (25/50).

animal collisions in oregon

In the last decade, there have been nearly 10,000 reported animal collisions among Oregon motorists. Motorcyclists, in particular, should be on high alert for these dangerous crashes.

For one, the scenic fall season that seems tailor made for 2-wheeled touring just so happens to be the busiest period for wildlife crashes. What's more, with limited protection from their vehicles themselves, bikers are at considerably greater risk than car drivers should they run into, say, a crossing deer.

Here are a few tips to help you avoid animal collisions:

  • Keep extra-close watch in areas with thick vegetation on the roadsides
  • Be on the lookout during peak animal-crossing times, which are around sunrise and sunset
  • If you see one animal, expect more to follow — they rarely travel alone
  • Try to avoid swerving if you see an animal in your path; tap the brakes and honk your horn instead

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