Find the California motorcycle insurance coverage that can keep pace with your riding. Whether you are cruising with your friends down the legendary Pacific Coast Highway, heading from San Francisco to Tahoe for a weekend of outdoor adventure, or taking in the beautiful scenery of Napa Valley, we have California motorcycle insurance coverage options to meet your needs.
California motorcycle insurance coverage
Liability coverage can help provide protection from expenses stemming from bodily injuries or motorcycle damages in an accident.
Collision coverage can help cover the physical damage to your motorcycle as a result of an accident.
Comprehensive coverage can help pay for damages that are not the result of a collision, such as natural disasters or theft.
Underinsured or uninsured coverage can help provide coverage from drivers who do not have the money or proper liability insurance coverage to pay for physical damages or bodily injuries that result from an accident.
Learn more about the motorcycle coverage options Nationwide offers that can protect a wide variety of bikes including custom bikes, touring bikes, cruisers, trikes, classic motorcycles, scooters and mopeds. You can even have numerous bikes on one motorcycle policy.
California motorcycle insurance discounts
Nationwide offers multiple discounts to help you save, such as a multi-policy discount, multi-vehicle discount, riding association discount and more. Learn about our motorcycle insurance discounts, and start saving today.
Is motorcycle insurance required in California?
Yes, motorcycle insurance is required and you must show proof of insurance prior to registering your motorcycle. The consequences of riding uninsured can result in varying penalties such as fines and license suspension. If you are uninsured and involved in an accident you have to pay out-of-pocket vehicle repair and medical costs.
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