Why Get Motorcycle Insurance in North Dakota
There are only two things you need to legally drive a motorcycle in North Dakota. One is a motorcycle driver’s license and the other is adequate liability insurance. Both are really important unless you want to find yourself in serious trouble with the law. Many people might think that motorcycle insurance is just a needless expense and doesn’t really matter. But consider these facts. Obviously, no one plans for an accident. But they do happen. And if you’re faced with a damaged or totally wrecked motorcycle, would you be able to repair or replace it out of pocket? Then think about possible injuries. Medical expenses can financially ruin you. The inability to pay medical bills is one of the leading causes of bankruptcy filings in America. Be smart and protect yourself and your assets with North Dakota motorcycle insurance. You’ll be glad you did.
Motorcycle Riding in North Dakota
Definition of a two-wheeled vehicle in North Dakota:
- Any motor vehicle with a seat or saddle for the operator and manufactured to travel on not more than three wheels (excluding a tractor).
If you need more clarification as to whether your vehicle needs registration and insurance coverage, contact the