Motorcycle Insurance Discounts and Savings

Save Money at Every Turn


With many of our carriers we able to offer safe riders significant savings through a variety of discounts and benefits. At Tulsa Insurance Guy you can save up to 40 percent on your motorcycle insurance with potential discounts.


Be Safe. Receive a Discount.

Take a Motorcycle Safety Course

Successfully complete a Motorcycle Safety Foundation or other approved motorcycle safety course and receive a discount that lasts for three years.


Join a Riding Club or Group

Be an active member in one of many approved motorcycle riding clubs and association groups and receive a discount.


Experienced Riders

Pay lower insurance premium for your years of riding experience. The longer you’ve been riding, the lower your motorcycle insurance bill. Discounts vary depending on which company you choose from the many carriers we represent. Some are available for one to two years, three years, four years and more than four years of riding experience. Keep riding.


Garage Parked Motorcycles

By keeping your motorcycle locked in a secured structure overnight you have an opportunity to save more money.


Homeowners save more

Save up to 20% when you own and primarily reside in a single-family home, townhouse, condominium or mobile home.


More Ways to Save

Talk to “Your Local Insurance Solution”, Tulsa Insurance Guy about more ways to save on your motorcycle insurance. Here are some ways to save:


  • Insure more than one bike
  • Also insure your car, home or boat with same carrier
  • Maintain continuous coverage
  • Are a homeowner
  • Pay your bill in full
  • Make a claim-free renewal
  • Have a theft recovery device or anti-lock brakes
  • Have multiple years of riding experience


How to Lower Your Motorcycle Insurance Premium

Spending less money is much easier than perfecting your tight turns at high speeds on a gravel road.


Raise Your Deductible

You can lower your motorcycle insurance premium by increasing your deductible. For example, if you had a $500 deductible, you would need to pay the first $500 of a covered loss. A higher deductible will generally lower your premium, but increase the amount you must pay yourself if a loss occurs.


Pay Your Bill in Full

Pay your bill off in full when you start or renew a policy instead of paying in monthly installments.