Best and Worst Motorcycle Insurance


With so many options for buying insurance, it can be a challenge to know how to choose an insurance company. Many people make the decision based on price alone. Unfortunately, shopping on price alone could end up hurting you if your coverage isn’t enough.


We deal with insurance companies on a daily basis and with over 35 years of experience, we’ve dealt with the good, the bad and the ugly. Here’s our unbiased, honest opinion on the best and worst motorcycle insurance companies. Remember, just because they could save you 15%, you’re not always in good hands.


Best Motorcycle Insurance Companies

  1. USAA
  2. North Carolina Farm Bureau
  3. Progressive
  4. Nationwide 

Worst Motorcycle Insurance Companies

  1. Geico
  2. Allstate
  3. State Farm 


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