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Moving Your Motorcycle Across The Country? These Are The Things You Need To Know For A Stress-Free Move When you need to move a motorcycle, driving it all the way to its new home is rarely a good idea. There are things you need to consider like fuel, the personal time that you consume riding across the country, the places you might need to rest at, the wear and tear that this does to your motorcycle, and most importantly, safety. And this is what makes this whole scenario rather… ironic. That’s because motorcycles are in fact excellent modes of transportation. They’re compact, they’re fast, and they’re agile. But the moment that you consider the aforementioned factors, then you may want to reconsider riding a very long distance. While many people can argue that some motorcycles are designed for long distance travel, most bikes are not. This is especially true when you’re going to be travelling for several days. What makes matters worse is that riders are more likely to be injured or killed in an accident, according to this Texas motorcycle accident lawyer. The time spent riding alone should already make you consider having your motorcycle shipped instead. After all, these types of distances turn your motorcycle from a mode of transport into a very, very heavy item to transport. So, what are the things you need to take note of when moving a motorcycle cross-country? Cost This is assuming that you’re going to be working with a specialized motorcycle transport company because this is the best option you have available to you in terms of convenience, price, and security. The average cost to move a motorcycle across the country is between $400 and $600 for a move distance of about 1000 miles. So, estimate your expenses accordingly. Cost should be the very first thing you check as there are many motorcycle moving companies that charge differently for their services. Insurance Coverage Accidents happen from time to time. Knowing your insurance coverage allows you to decide whether you’re going to continue with your transaction with your given company or if you’re going to get a different plan, or hire a different company altogether. It’s always best to err on the safe side. Protect your investment. Documentation of Your Motorcycle Now that you’ve selected a company that you’re going to entrust your motorcycle to, you need to make a thorough documentation of the condition of your motorcycle before being shipped. This serves as proof of if there was any damage incurred during shipment. Clear Any Loose Objects Remove anything that can come loose from your motorcycle. If it isn’t essential, then remove it. If it is, secure it by strapping or taping it down. Loose objects may bounce around and scratch -- or even damage -- your motorcycle. Even if they may be covered by your insurance policy, it’s going to be much better if you don't have to make a claim in the first place. The Bottom Line Whether you’re moving your belongings or your shipping your prized motorcycle, the main determinant of whether it all goes smoothly or ends up in catastrophic failure boils down to preparation. Take the time to do your research and to go through every detail meticulously so that you avoid any problems later on.
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Moving Your Motorcycle Across The Country? These Are The Things You Need To Know For A Stress-Free Move When you need to move a motorcycle, driving it all the way to its new home is rarely a good idea. There are things you need to consider like fuel, the personal time that you consume riding across the country, the places you might need to rest at, the wear and tear that this does to your motorcycle, and most importantly, safety. And this is what makes this whole scenario rather… ironic. That’s because motorcycles are in fact excellent modes of transportation. They’re compact, they’re fast, and they’re agile. But the moment that you consider the aforementioned factors, then you may want to reconsider riding a very long distance. While many people can argue that some motorcycles are designed for long distance travel, most bikes are not. This is especially true when you’re going to be travelling for several days. What makes matters worse is that riders are more likely to be injured or killed in an accident, according to this Texas motorcycle accident lawyer. The time spent riding alone should already make you consider having your motorcycle shipped instead. After all, these types of distances turn your motorcycle from a mode of transport into a very, very heavy item to transport. So, what are the things you need to take note of when moving a motorcycle cross-country? Cost This is assuming that you’re going to be working with a specialized motorcycle transport company because this is the best option you have available to you in terms of convenience, price, and security. The average cost to move a motorcycle across the country is between $400 and $600 for a move distance of about 1000 miles. So, estimate your expenses accordingly. Cost should be the very first thing you check as there are many motorcycle moving companies that charge differently for their services. Insurance Coverage Accidents happen from time to time. Knowing your insurance coverage allows you to decide whether you’re going to continue with your transaction with your given company or if you’re going to get a different plan, or hire a different company altogether. It’s always best to err on the safe side. Protect your investment. Documentation of Your Motorcycle Now that you’ve selected a company that you’re going to entrust your motorcycle to, you need to make a thorough documentation of the condition of your motorcycle before being shipped. This serves as proof of if there was any damage incurred during shipment. Clear Any Loose Objects Remove anything that can come loose from your motorcycle. If it isn’t essential, then remove it. If it is, secure it by strapping or taping it down. Loose objects may bounce around and scratch -- or even damage -- your motorcycle. Even if they may be covered by your insurance policy, it’s going to be much better if you don't have to make a claim in the first place. The Bottom Line Whether you’re moving your belongings or your shipping your prized motorcycle, the main determinant of whether it all goes smoothly or ends up in catastrophic failure boils down to preparation. Take the time to do your research and to go through every detail meticulously so that you avoid any problems later on.
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