At Southern Risk Associates, we are pleased to offer residents in the greater Foley, AL area with motorcycle insurance. We want to do everything we can to help you stay safe while riding your bike and to help protect your bike when it is not being ridden. If you plan on putting your bike away for the winter months, you may wonder if you should winterize your motorcycle, or if this is something that really does not need to be done. Read on as we provide you with an answer.
Should You Winterize a Motorcycle When It Is Not Being Ridden During the Winter Months?
It is strongly recommended that you winterize your motorcycle if you do not plan on driving it for a couple of months or longer during the winter months. When you winterize your bike, you help to prevent the fluids from freezing. As fluids freeze, the fluid expands, which can crack the reservoirs that hold the fluids.
Winterizing your bike also helps to prevent fluids from turning sludge-like as they just sit there unused. Lastly, winterizing your bike helps to keep your bike in tip-top shape so your bike will be in good condition once winter weather dissipates.
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Winterizing your motorcycle helps to protect your bike from freezing fluids and from the bike being damaged when it is not being ridden during the winter months. Once the weather warms up, and you are ready to ride your bike, your bike will be good to go. If you are looking to change your existing motorcycle insurance policy or purchase a new one, the team at Southern Risk Associates, serving the greater Foley, AL area, can help. Reach out to us now to learn more.