Each state has its own requirements for minimum limits of insurance applying to different types of insurance. You can contact the Department of Insurance (or do a search online) in your state and ask for someone who can answer your question as regards any state requirement for motorcycle insurance.
It is usually a good idea to carry at least liability insurance on your motorcycle in case you have an accident injuring another person (considering the increasing numbers of accidents and fatalities for motorcycle drivers over the past few years).
You need motorcycle insurance if you have a motorcycle. The DUI is a ticket.
Before a driver drives a motorcycle, they need to have motorcycle insurance.
motorcycle insurance only covers the motorcycle
You dont need insurance the vehicle you drive needs it. If you own a motorcycle you will need insurance that covers any drivers of that motorcycle
If you are taking it out on the street then you will need motorcycle insurance. If you are traveling on your property then your homeowner insurance will cover it.
No you do not need credit for motorcycle insurance, but you do need to pay the premium on an insurance policy and have it issued and in force under state law.
If you are attempting to get motorcycle insurance that means you probably have a motorcycle and should have a license for it. An insurance company will not provide insurance unless you at least have a motorcycle permit.
If you are going to ride your motorcycle on the road, you need insurance. This is in case of property damage or injury to your motorcycle or other person.
No, not that I have ever heard of. You need motorcycle insurance. Contact your insurance carrier.
Most states require insurance if the motorcycle is to be ridden on public roads.
You can't claim insurance pay if you got accident instead of your license.
Yes. They are different.