Insurance cost: Motorycles vs. cars?
Which is more expensive, car insurance or motorcycle insurance?
Thanks for the question! Typically, car insurance is more expensive than motorcycle insurance. This is because motorcycles are cheaper than cars, so they’re less expensive to replace and repair.
To learn more about this topic, check out this article: Does a Motorcycle or Car Have Cheaper Insurance Rates?.
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