A ride through Wisconsin is a journey through some of the most beautiful landscapes in America. You can experience shaded canopies along tree-lined roads, while rivers and lakes accompany you from one place to the next.
This journey also provides you with plenty of opportunities to try some delicious cheese curds, great beer, and butter burgers—burgers topped with a generous pat of butter. With so much to enjoy, you'll want to get your motorcycle insurance squared away so that nothing gets between you and this great ride.
According to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, if you ride a motorcycle in Wisconsin, you must have a Class M motorcycle license or a motorcycle instruction permit. To get a motorcycle permit, you’re required to pass a motorcycle knowledge test, a sign test, and a vision screening.
If you’re a rider under 18 years in age, you’ve got to:
Passengers under 18 and riders with instructional permits must also wear a helmet.
If you receive a cycle instruction permit, it’s valid for six months. If it expires before you complete the skills test, you’re able to renew it for another six months. If the permit is renewed two times, you’re required to show proof of enrollment in, or completion of, a BRC.
You must wear a protective face shield, glasses, or goggles, unless your bike has a windshield extending 15 inches above the handlebars.
The following coverages of motorcycle liability insurance are mandatory in Wisconsin:
In addition to the motorcycle coverages you already have, you can get other forms of insurance in Wisconsin. We have plenty of options to help protect you and your bike:
We offer a wide selection of money-saving motorcycle insurance discounts to Wisconsin riders looking for customizable insurance coverage.
The discounts below help make quality motorbike insurance policies affordable while also providing you with the exceptional service and support you deserve:
Harley Owners Group (HOG®) member
Operator safety course
Grab a free Wisconsin motorcycle insurance quote to discover what savings opportunities you can achieve based on your driving record and other factors.
Whether you're driving through a state park on an ATV, zipping along the Kettle Moraine Zig Zag on a sport bike, or stopping your cruiser to get a butter burger and some cheese curds (you really should), Wisconsin has plenty to offer you on the road.