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VOOM and Full Throttle Announce Partnership to Offer Motorcycle Insurance in the Motorverse

VOOM integrates its insurance offerings into the new motocross social platform, Full Throttle.

VOOM, an innovative InsurTech company providing the only pay-per-mile insurance for motorcycles, and Full Throttle, a Motocross social network, have announced a partnership between the two platforms to provide an access point for riders to purchase motorcycle insurance.

Full Throttle customers save with pay-per-mile motorcycle insurance. With VOOM’s innovative technology, riders can save up to 60%, with rates as low as $50 per year. Instead of paying an annual flat fee, your insurance rate is based on your actual mileage — no tracking or hardware required. Seventy percent of riders overpay with traditional motorcycle insurance by paying a fixed rate, even for the times they don’t ride their bikes. If you ride less, you should pay less: that simple.

Full Throttle, launching in 2023, is the premier social network serving the Motocross community through highly customizable profile pages for businesses, industry professionals, athletes and enthusiasts. It provides a robust search experience, social connectivity, industry news through syndicated content and industry job listings. Full Throttle is expanding its offering by integrating motorcycle insurance as a main feature in its platform. 

“We look forward to growing with VOOM upon our launch in 2023. Their product is extremely beneficial to riders. Motorcycle insurance is as critical to your protection as the rest of your safety gear. At Full Throttle, our goal is to enhance the customer experience by providing value-added services and VOOM is the perfect fit due to its innovative technology,” said Mike Bambrick, founder of Full Throttle. 

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