Motorcycles can be as pricey as vehicles – there are some motorcycles that are priced on the low end. Do you know what the 10 most expensive motorcycles are for 2020?
- Confderate FA=13 Combat Bomber – priced around $143,948
- Brough Superior Anniversay – priced around $103,114
- Bimota Tesi H2 – priced around $60.995
- Ducati Panigale V4 Anniversario 916 – priced around $45,130
- MV Augsta Brutale 1000 Serie Oro – priced around $44,328
- Horex VR6 Café Racer HL – priced around $43,823
- Harley-Davidson CVO Limited – priced around $43,422
- Honda GoldWing Tour DCT – $37,449
- Ariel Ace ‘Iron Horse’ – priced $36,213
- Kawasaki Ninja H2 Carbon – priced $34,767
- Dirt Bike
When it comes to motorcycle insurance the question I most often hear is, why is the insurance premium so high? Motorcycles are much riskier to drive than most vehicles or other transportation. When it comes to motorcycle insurance, insurance companies consider a multitude of factors, such as type of motorcycle, age, riding history, tickets and/or accident and claim history, coverage’s, location, and credit.
Motorcycle safety tips
- Always wear your helmet with a face shield and protective eye-wear.
- Wear suitable clothing such as gloves, jacket, long pants, and closed shoes. This will help minimize any injuries you will encounter in the event of an accident or skid.
- Obey traffic rules.
- Make sure your headlights are always on, stay out of a driver’s blind spot, signal well in advance when changing lanes or turning, and pay attention to turning vehicles. Most importantly – Ride defensively.
- Take a motorcycle safety course. This course is not designed for new drivers, anyone can take a refresher course to help with forgotten or neglected skills. Completion of a Motorcycle Safety Course may lower your insurance rates.
- Be awake and do not drink and drive. Ride sober.