Do you need insurance to ride a motorcycle with a motorcycle learner's permit in California?

I find information about people having their motorcycle licenses with insurance, but I couldn’t find any information about having insurance with a motorcycle permit in California. I am 16 and have a motorcycle learner’s permit and want to start riding.

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3 Responses to “Do you need insurance to ride a motorcycle with a motorcycle learner's permit in California?”

  • Dubai_import says:

    Yes! any vechical/motor on public roads required

  • jon says:

    You need insurance on anything you drive/ride in California, and a helmet as well.

  • 8675309 says:

    yes you do, basic liability will suffice. to legally operate any kind of motor vehicle on public roads in California, including motorcycles, you need to have the minimum insurance coverage under the law

    in California that is basic liability

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