Motorcycle Insurance

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Several carriers write motorcycle insurance policies that provide insurance coverage for accessories, safety-related gear, and much more. We accept a wide variety of motorcycles, including Cruisers, Touring bikes, Sport cycles, Trike conversions, Custom cycles, Classic bikes, and more!

The 4 coverages every motorcycle insurance policy should have

  • Liability insurance. Liability coverage protects you if you’re found at fault for an accident where another person’s property is damaged, or they are injured in the crash.
  • Uninsured/underinsured coverage
  • Collision coverage
  • Medical payments coverage


Scooter insurance is required in Nevada. According to the DMV of NV,

You must have a Driver’s License or Driver Authorization Card (any class) to operate a moped (aka as a scooter) on public streets.


Moped riders are required to wear helmets. Vehicles must be registered.

Moped Laws at a Glance

  • You must hold a driver’s license (any class) to operate a moped on public streets.  A Class M motorcycle license is not required.
  • Helmet use is required. 2019 Nevada Legislature Senate Bill 408, Sections 6-9
  • Vehicle registration and a license plate are required in Nevada.
  • Registration is one-time only. The registration will remain valid as long as the owner retains the vehicle.
  • Liability insurance is not required
  • Riders must ride in the extreme right-hand lane of a multi-lane road unless preparing to make a left turn, if it is unsafe to do so or if otherwise directed by a police officer.

“Moped” means a motor-driven scooter, motor-driven cycle or similar vehicle that is propelled by a small engine which produces not more than 2 gross brake horsepower, has a displacement of not more than 50 cubic centimeters or produces not more than 1500 watts final output, and is capable of a maximum speed of not more than 30 miles per hour on a flat surface with not more than 1 percent grade in any direction when the motor is engaged. (NRS 482.069)

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You can drive your golf cart in Nevada in residential developments that are approved by the city or county government. Certain developments in Clark County require a DMV permit and insurance. If your golf cart is a Low Speed Vehicle, it can be driven on public streets where the posted speed limit is 35 mph or less.

Low speed vehicle and golf carts must have insurance and registration in the state of Nevada according to the DMV of NV.

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