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Every activity comes with risks, especially those that involve wheels, speed, and the unpredictable factors that drivers and motorcyclists experience while on the road. Make sure you have the motorcycle insurance you need to be fully covered in the event of an accident.

Motorcycle Accident Facts

  • Motorcycle-related deaths increased by 55% in the past decade
  • 4,500 people died in motorcycle accidents in 2010 alone
  • Motorcycle injuries and deaths cost about $12 billion annually

You know the risks are out there: a deer crossing the street in a blind curve; drivers neglecting to check their blind spot or traveling too fast through an intersection. Motorcycle riders see these dangers each time they ride.

You can’t prevent an accident from happening, but you can be prepared. Some of the important measures that can make a difference include taking a motorcycle safety course, wearing protective gear, and making sure you have adequate motorcycle insurance.

What kind of policy do you need and how much coverage should you buy? Contact us today and one of our licensed agents will be happy to discuss the options that best fit you and your bike.

Simply call: 603.280.4200 or email us at info@hblgroupllc.com. We'd be happy to provide you with a no-obligation policy quote! We work with some of the best motorcycle insurance companies in the industry, so we can do the shopping for you!

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