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What motorcycle insurance coverage does The General offer?
The General provides basic coverage to get you on the road. The draw of The General is getting the minimum coverage you need to stay on the road without paying extra for special perks or add-ons.
Liability. Cover damages to personal property or bodily injuries resulting from an accident where you’re at fault.
Collision. Pay for damages to your motorcycle related to an accident.
Comprehensive. Protect your motorcycle from non-collision accident situations, such as theft, hail or falling tree branches.
Uninsured and underinsured motorist. Take care of expenses when an at-fault driver doesn’t have enough insurance to cover damages.
Medical payments. Protect you and your passengers from medical bills related to an accident.
Personal injury protection. Get expensive medical bills covered as well as income loss, no matter who’s at fault. This coverage applies in no-fault states.
SR-22 coverage. The General offers coverage to high-risk drivers who may not find insurance elsewhere.
Frequently asked questions about The General motorcycle insurance
The General focuses on auto insurance but also offers life, health, motorcycle, renters, boat, motor home, travel trailer, homeowner and commercial insurance.
If you lease a vehicle, you may be required to purchase these add-ons. You may opt against this coverage in most cases, though.
When thinking about comprehensive or collision, consider whether you can handle out-of-pocket costs related to collision and non-collision accidents.
Liability-only coverage refers to an insurance policy that only covers damages for another person’s vehicle or bodily injuries. Usually, this policy limits its coverage to the minimum requirements of the state.
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