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How should I insure my motorcycle?
We always recommend that you insure your motorcycle with the exact same coverage that we recommend on your auto policy. 250/500 in liability, $100,000 in property damage, $5,000 in medical payment, 250/500 in uninsured motorist coverage and of course comprehensive and collision deductibles based on your needs. The state of Colorado says that your medical and uninsured motorist coverage technically extends from your underlying auto policy to your motorcycle policy and this is true. What most agents will neglect to tell you though, is this coverage does not extend to any passengers that could ride on your motorcycle which is a very scary thought. That is why we always recommend our clients carry these important coverages on their motorcycle policy.
Kate Petree went above and beyond to find me a better policy for both my home and auto. I appreciated her knowledge and how she was able to explain the benefits, etc. of my policies. On a side note, I work in a real estate office and she also quickly assisted a client of mine with his policy. Greatly appreciated!
Shawn Jaeger on the business team is THE best! I've shopped around a ton for insurance and he has beat the pricing and the coverage hands down! The best part is that he genuinely cares and listens to your needs. With our company we are creating a scaling plan and he is not only quoting to help provide forecasting info for us, he is also helping make a plan based off our needs. Great family guy, honest, and helpful. I'm super pleased and highly recommend. Thanks Shawn!
What a great experience. They gave me several options with different companies and did an outstanding job explaining the differences. Most companies just sell you their own companies policy. I was able to get a great policy that was within my budget.
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