In the state of Texas, all drivers need to show financial responsibility in the event that they cause an accident. That includes motorcycle drivers as well as those who drive autos. This means they must either give a cash bond or have liability insurance. The required amount is 30/60/25. That is $30,000 in bodily injury liability coverage for a single person in an accident, with $60,000 for all the people injured in an accident. $25,000 is for damage to property. In Austin, TX, TAB Insurance Agency LLC has experienced agents who can help make sure you have the coverage you need.
Many motorcycle owners are also automobile or truck owners and have auto insurance. The question of whether you can add a motorcycle to the auto policy you already have is bound to come up. It seems like it would make sense to just add the motorcycle to your auto policy, the same way you would add any other vehicle you acquire. It isn’t that easy though. You can not just add a motorcycle to your auto policy the same way as a car.
That is not to say that you can not add it, but you must do it a different way. You must add an endorsement for your motorcycle that has the same liability as you are required to have by the state of Texas.
Not every auto policy allows you to add a motorcycle as an endorsement. If you happen to have one that doesn’t allow it, you can always just get a motorcycle policy and then bundle your policies. It will give you a multi-policy discount which, while it is not as convenient as putting it on the same policy, is the next best thing.
Contact TAB Insurance Agency LLC in Austin, TX for all your motorcycle insurance needs.