Why some states are charging higher premiums for motorcycle insurance

Several states are using their higher motorcycle insurance premiums to offer a greater value for consumers.

In many cases, the higher premiums are used to offset state sales tax increases.

Many of the states, including Colorado, Michigan and Wisconsin, have taken advantage of a state tax break that allows some states to offer higher rates.

The state that introduced the law in 2016 is California.

California is also using its premium increases to help pay for new highway projects, which are expected to be the biggest revenue generators in the state.

The law will cost California drivers more money.

The state has about $100 billion in general fund revenue, or $2.6 billion per year.

The state will pay for more than $300 million in highway construction costs, with the rest going to the state’s general fund.

So far, California has been able to use its higher motorcycle premiums to cover $1.8 billion of those highway projects.

“In California, we’ve seen the potential to create a $2 billion economic stimulus,” said state Treasurer Adam Sobel, a Democrat.

Sobel said he is excited about the new law, but cautioned that it may not last.

The $1 billion could be used to pay for the construction of new highways.

But it could also go toward other programs, like education or child care.

The law requires states to use the revenues to pay down the debt from the previous two years.

If the state has to pay off its debt, it could cut back on other programs like child care or public housing.

The increase in motorcycle insurance premium rates is the result of a number of factors.

The new law will help pay off the state debt, which has been growing for years, said Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody’s Analytics.

That debt, about $1 trillion, is projected to grow by a total of $400 billion to $500 billion over the next two decades.

While the cost of a motorcycle is more expensive than a car, motorcycle insurance is cheaper than car insurance because the cost is spread out over a longer period of time.

Motorcycle insurance costs are often higher in some parts of the country.

In many parts of New England, motorcyclists are required to buy insurance that covers more than their home.

Motorcyclists who purchase motorcycle insurance from the state can get discounts, so they can save more than the price of car insurance, according to Zandi.

Some states also have higher motorcycle rates because they are selling the higher rate.