What is a Dirt Bike Riding?
As the name suggests, dirt bike riding refers to off-roading on mud, rocks, and rough terrains. These types of bikes used particularly for adventure purposes. Amid the rising popularity of dirt people, many motorbike enthusiasts now want to enjoy the thrill of these dirt bikes. However, the question remains; do you need insurance for your dirt bike? Let us find out.
Do You Need Insurance for Your Dirt Bike in India?
You can legally ride a dirt bike both on and off-road; hence, it requires registration as well as insurance. Usually, people get confused that a dirt bike is an adventure bike and classified as an off-road vehicle, so they do not need insurance cover. However, this is not true. A dirt bike runs on rough terrains, bare ground, dirt & dust, etc. Moreover, as a responsible rider, you must insure it with the right bike insurance plan.
What Is Covered Under Dirt Bike Insurance Plan?
In India, there is no specific insurance plan for dirt bikes. You can easily insure them with two-wheeler insurance (comprehensive bike insurance policy) that offers extensive coverage.
The significance of insuring your dirt bike is immense. In case of an accident, your insurer will offer financial assistance in repairing the damages sustained to your insured dirt bike. Here is a list of circumstances covered under bike insurance for your dirt or adventure bike-
- It covers the damages sustained to the insured dirt bike due to a fall during off-roading or while riding on a trail.
- It covers third-party liabilities in case of an accident.
- It offers coverage if the insured dirt bike is stolen or damages sustained due to natural calamities or man-made disasters.
Cost of Insuring a Dirt Bike
The cost of insuring a dirt bike or an adventure bike depends on the price of the bike model. Other than this, it depends on the location of the registration, year of manufacturing, engine capacity, etc. However, you can easily calculate the bike insurance premium through the freeonline bike insurance calculator available at Policybazaar.com.
Now it is clear that a dirt bike is a type of off-roading motor vehicle that needs to register and insure. However, you must check the policy inclusions and exclusions before buying a bike insurance plan for your dirt bike.
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