Coverage options to consider in your snowmobile policy.
Like auto insurance, when it comes to insuring your snowmobile, you may want to consider policies that cover liability costs if you are held responsible for a collision. This may include damage to other vehicles and property, as well as medical bills for other people. You may also get collision coverage, which covers the costs of your own snowmobile. This is important to have if you have hired or leased the snowmobile.
Is snowmobile insurance required by law?
Snowmobile insurance is only required by law in some regions, not all. However, it’s important to still get coverage, as you would have to pay out-of-pocket for liability claims, property damage, and medical expenses.
Can you get roadside assistance coverage?
Yes, you may be able to include roadside assistance coverage in your policy, so if you break down and need help, you may be covered for associated costs.
What is uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage?
If an uninsured or underinsured motorist causes an auto accident when you are driving your snowmobile, uninsured/underinsured motorist coverage may compensate you for bodily injuries and lost wages.
Extra coverage for an extraordinary recreational activity.
You may also get coverage that may protect you against damage to your snowmobile from sources other than a collision, such as fire, theft, or flooding. Look for policies that cover your own equipment costs and medical bills in cases of no-fault collisions, or where the other driver is uninsured or underinsured.
Flexibility to find a snowmobile insurance policy.
When it comes to snowmobile insurance, there is a wide range of coverage options, so you may find a policy for your snowmobile. It’s important to consider protecting yourself, others, and the investment you’ve put into your ride by insuring your snowmobile.
Are you looking to find a snowmobile insurance policy that suits your needs? Contact us to go over the coverage options available for your snowmobile so you’re ready when the snow starts to fall.