Would a 50 motorcycle be cheaper to insure than a 125 motorcycle?
I would think yes the smaller the cc the less cost for premium.
Motorcycle insurance is by far cheaper. The reason being if you hit another car with a car you can do some serious damage even kill people. Now if you hit a car on a motorcycle you will probably only kill yourself. Insurance companies could care less about the damage you do to yourself, so they charge less than car insurance.
Technically, it depends what motorcycle you buy and the place, too. Normally, the most cheapest motorcycle is the 2009 QLINK Megelli. I don't really think it gets much cheaper than that. Its cost is almost around $3,499. To prove it, look it up onblog.motorcycle.com, they give you good motorcycle prices.
I just got my license and I am 19. I live with my mom. Is it cheaper to be on my moms insurance or get me own.?
Most if not all insurance companies that insure automobiles will insure motorcycles. This includes Geico, Allstate, Nationwide and many others. There are also online companies that will insure motorcycles. Just do a search on the internet for insurance to find companies that will isure motorcycles. If looking for bicycle insurance, it may not be worth it. The insurance may cost more than the bike itself. Check with any insurance company to see if bike or…
Cheaper than where. London is the most expensive city in the UK and there is no such thing as cheap living in London but clearly a small flat would be cheaper than a 4 bedroom house. However, for the price of a small flat in London you could probably buy a 4 bedroom house in a cheaper part of the UK.
Yes you can but it's probably cheaper to insure it in the UK. Irish Customs and Excise are very vigilant in checking non-Irish registrations. You may be wiser to have all your paperwork registered as UK rather than Ireland so they cannot claim that you are resident in the Republic. You risk the car being confiscated if they believe you are resident and have not paid the vehicle duty.
It depends on alot of different things. If it is raining of course traction would play a big factor. Or from a dead on stop it would be a weight issue. In order to full launch a motorcycle without doing a backflip off of it you would need wheelie bars to beat a car off the line. But in a quarter mile a motorcycle would win unless you are on anything under 600cc and the…
it depends on the rider, essentially the physics would definitely allow a motorcycle to stop faster than a car because you can put all the weight on the front wheel while slowing down, you cant do that in a car, a motorcycle can do a wheelie because it has a higher power to weight ratio than a car, a motorcycle can stop faster because it has a higher center of gravity allowing more pressure to…