Although it is easy to get a motorcycle insurance quote online, the information you receive may not be correct. If you do not carefully review the information you submit for a quote, you may be surprised at the results.
Begin with the information you have provided on the form. The quote you receive will be inaccurate if any information is missing or incorrect. This is a quote. This is not an application for insurance. If you provide incorrect or omitted information, it will not be a good idea.
Insurance companies will not believe you. You will not be able to get a lower rate if you are omitting any information. The insurance company will request a copy your driving record and perhaps a copy your credit report when you apply for insurance. You may be asked to take photos of your motorcycle or bring it to an agency to inspect. The insurance company will discover if you have omitted any information, whether it was intentional or accidental, during the application process.
Most online quote sites don’t allow for discount information. This means that if you qualify for a specific discount, you won’t see them in the comparisons. For a more precise quote, including your discounts, you will need to speak with the insurance companies.
Once you have received your motorcycle insurance quote online, contact the insurance companies to get a more precise quote. If possible, apply over the phone for insurance instead of applying online. You can rest assured that you’re getting the best possible quote.