At Weber’s Insurance we do two wheelers! Yes, we can prov
ide Prescott, Arizona bikers with the best, most affordable motorcycle insurance.
So, for you road warriors who would rather 2-wheel than 4-wheel, we can make sure your bundle-of-joy (uh, the bike, not the baby!) is fully covered for collision, theft and other forms of damage. And we are not just talking about those big Harley Hogs with huge pipes; we can also cover your home-to-office Moped and the family ATVs.
But before you start your bike’s engine contact Weber’s Insurance to discuss your motorcycle insurance coverage.
Please allow us to suggest some motor-cycling safety tips that will make your rides safer and a whole lot more fun.
Keep a Clear Head. Please, use a helmet at all times. Motorcycle accidents expose you to additional physical risk and we recommend your wear a Department of Transportation certified helmet so you don’t damage your noggin if you go down. A helmet can increase your chances of surviving a motorcycle accident.
Put a well-fitting and comfortable helmet on your head every time you ride; a full-face helmet can protect your eyes, nose and mouth. Please, find a motorcycle helmet you like and strap it on before you fire-up your two-wheeler for a spin.
Get Some Motorcycle Accessories. We don’t necessarily recommend you wear leathers during every ride, but having protective boots, gloves, pants and a jacket specifically designed for bikers can provide some additional safety.
Leather is by far the preferred clothing for bikers and not just because it looks cool but because it can provide an extra layer of tough protection. So, be cool, like the Fonz, and wear protective clothing every time you ride.
Get Noticed on the Road. When you ride, be seen by other drivers on the road. Many motorcycle accidents occur because automobile drivers fail to see motorcyclists.
Brighten up you road show. Wear bright, reflective clothing and remember, keep the headlight on at all times.
Slow down and signal every move you are making. Get noticed at all times and you will improve your safety. Operate your motorcycle as if no one can see you.
Assume you are invisible at all times. When you ride, chances are, you are the smallest vehicle on the road. Make others notice you by taking positive actions to be seen.
Understand your Cycle. Before you strap on the leathers and helmet be certain you know your machine, top-to-bottom.
If you are new to motorcycling, practice, practice, practice, then, practice some more in areas with limited traffic so that you can become familiar with your bike’s personality.
You bike’s personality has a lot to do with its weight, power, size, stopping distance at various speeds and color.
Before you hit the road become completely comfortable with controlling your machine at stops, in traffic and especially when turning in front of oncoming traffic. Oh, one more thing…practice riding in the rain at low speeds. Road conditions will change your bike’s operating performance dramatically. We don’t recommend you ever ride in snow…YIKES!
Need motorcycle insurance? Contact Weber’s Insurance by completing our convenient contact form or, if you prefer, call us at (928) 445-8720 or email us.