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Motorcycle & Boat Coverage During Winter: Laid Up vs. Canceling

Unless you live in one of our warmer states, you will need to winterize and store your boat or motorcycle during the winter months. You have several options, including canceling your insurance, reducing the coverage, or increasing the deductible. What is Lay-Up Insurance? “Lay Up Insurance” is offered by insurance companies serving the northern states, where riding a motorcycle or boating over the winter is...

The DIY Guide to Winterizing Your Boat

If your boat is kept in a cold winter weather area without heated storage, you will want to winterize before the first freeze sets in. You can pay someone else to winterize it for you, or save money by doing it yourself in a few simple steps. Steps for Winterizing an Inboard/Outboard Drive Boat Gather Your Tools and Supplies A factory service manual could be...

Do I Need Boat Insurance for a Non-Motorized Boat?

Depending on where you live, you may not be legally required by the state to carry boat insurance for a non-motorized boat, but that is not the only reason to insure your boat. If you have invested in a sailboat, kayak, canoe, or RIB (rigid inflatable boat), boat insurance will protect your investment if the watercraft is damaged during an accident. It should also protect...

Is There Collector’s Insurance For Vehicles Other Than Cars?

Classic car owners know the value of collector car insurance. But what if your vintage vehicle is other than a car? Collector’s insurance is also available for owners of antique motorcycles, boats, and RVs. Collector’s Motorcycle Insurance Classic motorcycles are a passion for many collectors. You may want to consider collector motorcycle insurance if you own vintage or antique bike such as a: Triumph Bonneville...

Do I Need To Insure My Boat During The Winter When I’m Not Using It?

If you own a boat, you are not alone if you are wondering why you need boat insurance year round when you are only using your boat in the warmer months. In fact, some boat owners cancel their boat insurance after every boating season to save on premiums. However, this can actually be more costly in the long run. The following are some good reasons...

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