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Regardless of whether you own a car, motorbike, or any other type of motorized vehicle, you need to have liability insurance before setting out to the road. If you own and ride a motorcycle, the laws and requirements for liability insurance can depend on your state. Nevertheless, the minimum should be enough to cover for physical injuries property damage. Such liability coverage is often the ones used to cover for expenses when you are the one that caused the accident.

If you wish to have more coverage, then you might consider getting additional insurance coverage. In case you want to be covered for motorcycle replacement and repairs, you might need to get the comprehensive and collision coverage, which is especially important in events or theft or accidents. According to the website of Karlin, Fleisher & Falkenberg, insurance quotes may also include underinsured/uninsured motorist coverage and PIP (personal injury protection) or no-fault insurance to ensure that those who were injured in a collision either as passengers or pedestrians. There are so many options and additional insurance coverage that you can get to make sure that you will not have financial difficulties when you get into an accident. You can ask and talk with your insurance provider regarding customizing the limits and deductibles to make the payments and insurance affordable and easier to the pocket.

Depending on the requirements of your state and what type of coverage you, the liability insurance can be different from one motorist to another. Fortunately, there are many online insurance providers that can provide you a quote and other services to ensure you get the best deals. There is nothing more important than having the right type of liability insurance, especially with such fragile vehicle as motorcycles. Liability insurance gives everyone the opportunity to become responsible motorists and ensure that everyone on the road are safe guaranteed of their wellbeing.

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To believe that marriage is only between a man and a woman, much more to openly express this belief, is nothing less than spreading a message of hate, at least according to Councilman Daniel Dromm of the New York City Council. Councilman Dromm, however, is not the only one with this view. All other Council members, led by New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, share the same stance. The main reason why the Mayor has called on all New Yorkers to boycott Chick-fil-A, which serves plump juicy chicken breasts tucked between hot buttered buns, simply because this company’s president does not approves of same-sex marriage.

Chick-fil-A, now about to open its third branch (this time in Queens, the district that Councilman Dromm represents), is owned by a devout Christian family. It was in 2012 when its president, Dan Cathy, told a reporter about his belief that marriage is between a man and a woman. Since then, militant LGBT leftwing lawmakers and activists have never tired airing their objection which, in turn, got the Mayor’s attention. In addition to saying that what Chick-fil-A’s owners said was wrong, the Mayor also told online news service provider DNAInfo.com that he will not eat at Chick-fil-A and would not urge any other New Yorker to do so.

Besides the cash donations that Chick-fil-A has made to a number of NYC charities, it also employs hundreds of New Yorkers, which translates to a substantial amount of taxes the the city’s chests. Obviously, though, these do not count to the good Mayor and Councilman Dromm, who personally organized the first Queens LGBT Pride Parade and Festival after founding the Queens Lesbian and Gay Pride Committee.

Meanwhile, amid all the publicity, many New Yorkers, rather than heeding the Mayor’s call to boycott Chick-fil-A, are heading to the fast food restaurant to enjoy more chicken and waffle fries, and deliciously refreshing lemonade which, according to one keen observer, seem to make people more pleasant and easy going.