Stacked Uninsured Motorist on Vehicles

Yesterday, we talked about the tendency of war veterans to have automobile accidents and motorcycle crashes within the first eighteen months after returning home from war. We really want to encourage all riders to have Uninsured Motorist coverage on their automobiles that is “stacked.” Even if you cannot afford Uninsured Motorist coverage on your motorcycle, be sure to have stacked Uninsured Motorist coverage on your cars. Frequently, this will also apply on your motorcycle if you are hit by an uninsured or under-insured driver.

Since reading AutoWeek Magazine concerning the tendency to have motorcycle accidents after returning from war, it has occurred to me that we also represent many police officers who ride high performance motorcycles when off-duty. We want to encourage all law enforcement officials as well as all other motorcycle riders and veterans to please be careful and not allow the danger of your work to make you feel less vulnerable to the tendency of automobile drivers to pull out in front of a motorcycle.

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