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Iowa pay per mile motorcycle insurance

From the countryside to the downtown streets of Cedar Rapids and Des Moines, there is plenty of reasons to ride in Iowa. This is why VOOM is here to provide the Hawkeye state with the first-ever Indiana pay-per-mile motorcycle insurance. There is also no other place like Iowa where riders can save up to 60% off their current carrier by finally having a way to control their insurance costs. 

VOOM’s Iowa pay-per-mile motorcycle insurance offers liability, collision, and comprehensive options, along with a variety of coverage features such as theft protection, and uninsured or underinsured motorcycle coverage.

VOOM, along with cost-saving pay-per-mile motorcycle insurance, offers motorcycle insurance discounts. With pay-per-mile motorcycle insurance, you’ll get the best possible deal on IA motorcycle insurance. 

Many of our riders save up to 60% off their current carrier. Why? Because for once, you can now control your insurance cost as much as you control how many times you ride, how fast you ride, and what you ride.

You have the freedom to ride, now let's get you the freedom to save. 

Typical riders save 60% with VOOM Insurance
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Who saves the most with VOOM Motorcycle Insurance? 

VOOM insurance is ideal for typical riders who ride about 2,000 miles or less per bike and year. Typical riders can be those who ride on weekends, ride seasonally, or own multiple motorcycles.

70% of all riders in the United States can benefit from VOOM’s motorcycle pay-per-mile motorcycle insurance. To see if you can save, use our handy savings calculator to get a free estimate and quote.

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*Actual premium may vary based on selected coverages and discounts

Given your estimated mileage you might be able to save more with a traditional policy

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You can save $ANSWER each year
Thats about BURGER burgers!
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Stop overpaying for traditional insurance and make the switch today.
Get a quote
*Actual premium may vary based on selected coverages and discounts

Given your estimated mileage you might be able to save more with a traditional policy

Know riders that tend to ride less? Refer & earn up to $150
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How does pay per mile motorcycle insurance in Iowa work?

Instead of paying an annual flat fee, your insurance rate is based on your actual mileage. If you ride less, you should pay less, that simple.

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Customize your coverage, designed for you.
Get a quote for a low monthly rate, plus a few cents for each mile you ride.

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No hardware and tracking required.
Snap a picture of your odometer every month to pay accordingly.

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Now, you don’t have to worry about overpaying for your insurance. See how VOOMers can save up to 60% with pay per mile.

Is motorcycle insurance required in Iowa?

Motorcycle insurance in Iowa is required and you must show proof of insurance before registering your motorcycle to the local Department of Transportation. It is illegal to ride without any motorcycle insurance. Better to be safe than sorry, be safe with VOOM.

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