Texas Motorcycle Insurance
Affordable Motorcycle Insurance for Freedom-loving Texans
Howdy Texas! Step up to get a big helping of rider-focused insurance for on-road and off-road motorcycles, ATV / UTVs and other powersport vehicles. Get a motorcycle insurance quote online, or cruise this page to learn about motorcycle insurance in the Lone Star State.
Freedom to Choose
Boundless Rider has rolled out rider-focused insurance in Texas for on and off-road motorcycles and powersport vehicles (e-bikes coming soon). By choosing Boundless Rider for insurance, not only will Texas riders get affordable coverage, they’ll have access to innovative rider perks and resources. Enjoy low rates, insurance discounts and many optional coverages to choose from for better protection, including comp and collision, and higher limits.
We got you covered.
Mandatory Insurance in Texas
Motorcycle Insurance Requirements
In Texas, you are required to have liability insurance before registering and operating a motorcycle or off-road vehicle on public roads or public land. Mandatory coverages include bodily injury liability, guest passenger liability and property damage liability.
Texas-required minimum limits of liability coverage for bodily injury (BI) are $30,000 per person, $60,000 per accident, and $25,000 property damage (PD) coverage per accident.
Optional Coverages: Higher Limits, UM, PIP & Medical Payments
Texas Limits of Liability Options for Bodily Injury and Guest Passenger Liability (Per Person / Per Accident)
- 30,000 / 60,000 (mandatory minimum limits)
- 50,000 / 100,000
- 100,000 / 300,000
- Call for Higher Limits
Limits of Liability Options for Property Damage
- 25,000 (mandatory minimum limit)
- Call for Higher Limits
Uninsured / Underinsured Motorist Coverage (UM) (optional)
- Uninsured / Underinsured Motorist Bodily Injury (same limits as BI)
- Uninsured / Underinsured Motorist Property Damage (same limits as PD)
Medical Payments Coverage (optional)
Personal Injury Protection (optional)
Optional Coverages: Comprehensive & Collision
Although not required, in order to protect your vehicle from physical damage, regardless of fault, these coverages should be considered.
Optional Insured Motorcycle and Powersport Vehicle Coverage
- Comprehensive (ACV up to $60k)
- Collision (ACV up to $60k)
Deductible Options (Comp & Collision only)
Optional Coverage Enhancements (Comp & Collision only)
- Helmet & Safety Apparel (included), $2k limit
- Physical Damage Plus (OEM parts coverage)
- Replacement Cost Coverage
Optional Equipment Coverage (Comp & Collision only)
- $5000 included on motorcycles (including dual-sport bikes)
- $1000 included on off-road vehicles (including dirt bike, ATV, UTV, snowmobile)
- Option limits up to $20K
Additional Optional Coverages
Boundless Rider offers several ways for riders to customize their motorcycle insurance coverage, or powersport vehicle insurance coverage, to suit their individual needs.
Whether you transport bikes with a trailer or simply want better protection, our rider-focused insurance coverage enhancements are a great way to fit your insurance policy to your unique needs as a rider.
Check out some of our optional insurance coverage enhancements and endorsements.
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Ride Boundless … Through the Heart of Texas!
Get a worry-free motorcycle insurance quote to discover a new level of freedom and protection with Boundless Rider. Whether you ride through Austin, Dallas / Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio or across the Great Plains, we’ve got you covered.
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Content on this page is intended as advertising statements and is not an offer or promise of insurance coverage. This content should not be relied on when determining actual terms, conditions and exclusions applicable to a specific insurance policy. Limits and restrictions may apply. Always check with your agent about specific policy coverages, as well as applicable website(s) for state insurance coverage requirements.