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What is the average cost for motorcycle insurance for a 19-year-old?


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2011-01-06 12:32:42
2011-01-06 12:32:42

Most motorcyclists get at least liability on their bike, in case they are involved in an accident that injures someone else. Liability alone can cost between $100 and $400 per year. If you purchase additional coverage such as collision or comprehensive, your premium will increase.

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