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2008-05-09 17:31:49
2008-05-09 17:31:49

Dirt bikes require insurance in order to be driven on the road. If you are just using it on your own personal property, insurance is not necessary. However, your home insurance will not cover the bike if it was stolen, damaged etc. Otherwise known as Physical Damage coverages. A good website for reference is Many of your questions & concerns will be answered.


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no its not covered by Ontario health insurance plan

You would have to have insurance on the dirt bike.

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The Ontario Health Insurance Plan.

I'm not totally well versed on the subject, but i know for a fact the cheaper insurance goes to: older bikes bikes with lower cc's and less power bikes kept indoors (to make theft less likely) bikes with alarm systems (again with theft) bikes belonging to people in safe neighborhoods bikes belonging to people with safe jobs (if you park at a construction site your insurance will be more) so the bike itself isn't the main issue, but the less flashy and powerful the bike, the cheaper the insurance, but many other factors come into play

They are only ever legal on use ONLY on private property.

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In Ontario its 16. You mean those little scooter bikes right?

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