1. Shop around and don’t get your policy from the first insurance provider you come across. You never know when you will find a provider who offers the best deals possible, at relatively lower prices.
2. Collect quotes from different insurance providers for different premiums and policy coverage and make comparisons. There is no restriction to the number of quotes you collect; so make use of the many online tools and resources available to collect and compare quotes to find the policy that fits your budget and meets your requirements.
3. Try adding some security features to your motorcycle like tire locks and security alarms to reduce your insurance premium amount. The more secure your bike is even in your absence, the less likely are its chances of getting stolen. This in turn is good news for the insurance provider and is the reason why they can afford to give discounts for bikes with security features.
4. How often you use your bike also determines your insurance policy. If you ride it only a few times a year, you are eligible for a discount on your monthly premium as you are exposed to less risk. This is again good news for the insurance company as it means the chances of you getting involved in an accident is reduced, and consequently, you don’t spend much money for repairs and medical expenses.
5. Similarly, you can get the best insurance policy for your motorbike by improving your riding skills. The more qualified and experienced a rider you are, the less risk you are to fellow riders. Take a rider safety course or any similar course that makes you a better motorcycle rider to save money on your monthly premium.