By Megan Kossow
Do you own a motorcycle & live in Washington?
If so, I'm sure you've heard that the state is making some insurance law changes, right?
You haven't heard? Well read on because this is some stuff you NEED to KNOW!
Effective July 28th all motorcycle owners in the state of Washington must carry liability insurance. This is a mandatory coverage for the state of Washington.
What is liability insurance? Liability insurance covers the other party in an accident if you cause the accident or are liable. For example, the state minimum liability limits for Washington state are $25,000 Per Person, $50,000 Per Accident for Bodily Injury, & $10,000 for Property Damage. This means that if you cause an accident, your insurance company will pay $25,000 per person for their bodily injury and a maximum of $50,000 for the entire accident. They will also pay the other person up to $10,000 for the property damage you cause their vehicle.
Now, if you're wondering where the heck you can get coverage like this from trustworthy insurance agents- we're your people! Here at RIGHTSURE we take motorcycle insurance coverage very seriously. In fact, we agents trained specifically in motorcycle insurance, to answer all of your two or three wheeled questions!
Don't want to talk to someone on the phone? Not a problem! You can also quote yourself on our motorcycle website insuremymc.com.
That's right, we have an entire website dedicated to motorcycle quotes, we aren't playing around!
Give one of our motorcycle experts a call today and see how we can help you get your Washington Liability coverage!
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