Motorcycle Insurance

Get a Motorcycle Insurance Quote

First Foundation is happy to offer a free, easy way to get a reliable quote for your motorcycle insurance. Feel free to start with the link below!

Online Motorcycle Insurance Quote

Do I Need Motorcycle Insurance?

Whether on road or off, motorcycle insurance is required if you want to operate your motorcycle anywhere in Canada besides your own private property. Not only that, but motorcycle insurance can be a major benefit in the event of an accident or other unforeseen event. For example, if you have an accident with another vehicle, your motorcycle insurance would not only protect you against a personal liability lawsuit, but could also help with the repair or replacement of any damaged items. You can also purchase additional insurance to protect you against other events such as theft, vandalism, or even natural disasters.

How Much Is Motorcycle Insurance?

Motorcycle insurance rates will vary depending on the make and model of the motorcycle. There can also be differences in rates between motorcycle styles. For example, if you own a dirt bike, you may need to buy more of a high risk motorcycle insurance than someone who operates a three-wheeled motorcycle on roadways only.

First Foundation’s Motorcycle Insurance Coverage:

At First Foundation, we aim to provide the best motorcycle insurance Canada has available. We do this by working with some of the best insurance companies in the country. Our motorcycle insurance brokers can help you identify your insurance needs and find the policy that’s best for you.

Did You Know?

In addition to purchasing insurance for your motorcycle, you must also register your motorcycle with the province in order to legally operate your motorcycle. Also, if you’re planning on operating your motorcycle on public roadways, you must first complete an official rider training course.

Ride off into the sunset and leave your worries behind with the right motorcycle insurance policy. Get a free motorcycle insurance quote today!

Last updated Mar 15, 2019