Because of the inherent risks that come with driving a motorcycle, insurance coverage should be a no-brainer. Unfortunately, for many bikers, insurance is left by the wayside resulting in devastating consequences.
Here are a few of the startling statistics that make it easy to see why motorcycle insurance is crucial, even for seasonal or occasional riders:
1. Rates of Death: The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reported that 4,798 motorcyclists died in crashes in 2006.
2. Rates of Injury: The National Safety Council estimates a motorcycle accident that causes
If you prefer riding on two wheels instead of four, and enjoy feeling the sun on your face and the wind in your hair, you might want to double check your insurance policy.
The rate of motorcyclists on the roads is increasing each year. Some prefer the commute on a motorcycle as an enjoyable alternative to a car. Other want to save money on gas and so they opt to drive a motorcycle or scooter around town. Many enjoy avoiding traffic and spotting easy parking. With motorcycles becoming more
Nearly every American will need a prescription at some point in their lives. From a simple antibiotic to a heavy regimen of Chemotherapy drugs, prescriptions are the name of the game. These prescriptions are crucial to the caring and curing of disease. A doctor who offers a prescription is offering a solution, an option, a method of relief or solution.
Unfortunately, fewer people are able to afford their medication because of the rising costs of healthcare. In fact, a study by the Kaiser Family Foundation found that 29% of
Every year, millions of Americans brush off the consideration of going to the doctor and instead opt for the “if-it-ain’t-broke-don’t-fix-it” approach. By choosing to skip routine exams, many individuals stack up higher health care bills later and face sometimes life-threatening illnesses lurking silently within. Even if you feel fine, have no complaints, and no concerns, preventative maintenance is just as important to the human body as a routine oil change is for your car. The adage “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure” is not just
In today’s world with the ever-increasing cost of insurance, the decrease in coverage and the countless hoops, red tape, requirements, and limits, some may ask if insurance is even worth it. Sure, you may be relatively healthy and require little or no medical care throughout the year, but even one major illness, accident, or hospital stay can put you into financial bankruptcy.
Scenario #1: Your wife calls and says she is not feeling well, she feels faint, her hands and arms feel tingly and numb at times and she
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