Friday, November 6, 2009

jQuery Drag To Share Demo

This is demo page of jQuery Drag To Share

Drag below image to share the page.

So now you've finally gotten your motorcycle, and it's time to get your motorcycle insurance. How do you get an insurance premium that doesn't cost you more than your motorcycle? That is a question that many people ask. There are some common methods you can use to lower your insurance premium.

Let's first look at some of the factors considered when determining the cost of an insurance policy. Most of the factors they consider are relative to risk. These will most likely include things such as a rider's age, experience level, and location. While there is nothing you can do about your age, once you get through the first couple years of higher premiums, which are pretty commonplace for newer riders, your experience will begin to counter the effect of a younger age.

The location where you will be riding plays a role, as there is more risk posed to the motorcycle rider in a city than in a town or the country. The type of garaging available to your motorcycle plays a part as well. Many people don't consider this factor, but a motorcycle in a locked garage is much less susceptible to vandalism or theft than one left out on the street side or in the driveway.

The engine size of your motorcycle will play a role in your insurance premium, as will the age of your motorcycle. Many insurance companies, when offering insurance for a motorcycle with an engine rating of over 750cc's, consider these to be big bike policies. Other companies may offer policies between 750cc and 1000cc's as just another size bracket, and anything over 1000 cc's may be considered a big bike policy.

Another factor that affects your insurance premium is the distance you will ride your motorcycle each year. If it is going to be your primary transportation for the summer months, chances are your mileage will be higher. Whereas if you're only going to be going for a weekly ride with some friends, then chances are your mileage will be significantly less. The mileage accrued increases or decreases the risk respectively.