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Motorcycle Insurance Informations

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Before You Get Your Motor Running, Get a Motorcycle Insurance Quote
Rev up your savings with motorcycle insurance from GEICO. No matter what you own – a sport bike, cruiser, standard, touring bike, or a sweet custom ride you can turn to us for great rates and the best coverage. We even offer scooter insurance. Enjoy the freedom of the open road knowing that the gecko's got your back!

Why Choose GEICO for Motorcycle Insurance?
Thought that GEICO was all about car insurance, did you? Think again! We take motorcycles as seriously as you do, and we're pleased to provide you with top-quality coverage for your bike. With GEICO, you get:

- Outstanding customer service (rated 4.7 out of 5 by our motorcycle insurance policyholders).
- Affordable premiums and flexible payment plans.
- Secure online payment and account management.
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Supersize Your Savings with Discounts
Shave even more off of your premium. GEICO offers a variety of motorcycle insurance discounts to maximize your savings. Save with our many discounts if you:

- Transfer your motorcycle insurance to GEICO® Motorcycle, underwritten by GEICO Indemnity Company.
- Insure more than one motorcycle.
- Renew your motorcycle policy.
- Complete a Motorcycle Safety Foundation or Military Safety Course.
- Insure your car with GEICO.
- Are a mature rider.

GEICO® Motorcycle insurance is not available in Delaware, Massachusetts, Michigan, and New Hampshire.


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