Snowmobiles: Moller Has Your Coverage Options

          It’s Time to Hit the Powder!
                                                                            Man Riding a Snowmobile --- Image by © Royalty-Free/Corbis

Snowmobiles can present many hazards to drivers, passengers, other motorists and
property. Before the temperatures cool and you get eager to hop on your snowmobile,
learn more about how you can insure your vehicle and protect yourself and others.

Coverage Basics

A typical snowmobile insurance policy includes the following:

Bodily injury and property damage liability (BI/PD): Covers liability for an accident
involving injury to other people or property, up to your liability limits. If your limits are
100/300/100, no more than $100,000 would be paid per person for bodily injury, no
more than $300,000 would be paid per accident for bodily injury and no more than
$100,000 would be paid per accident for property damage. Consult Moller Insurance
Ltd. to learn more about what limits are right for you.

Comprehensive and collision coverage: Policy pays to replace or repair your
snowmobile if it is stolen or damaged, regardless of who is at fault. You select and pay
a deductible and then the insurance carrier pays the remainder. Collision coverage
applies if you hit a nonliving object or other vehicle. This coverage also pays for
damages caused by events other than collisions, such as fires, theft or vandalism.

Uninsured/underinsured motorist: If you get into an accident with someone who is
uninsured or underinsured and you were not the at-fault party, the policy will pay for
your medical treatment.

Roadside assistance: Policy covers the labour needed for repairs and towing to the
nearest repair facility if your snowmobile is disabled due to:
o Mechanical or electrical breakdown
o Dead battery
o Lockout/lost key
o Insufficient fuel, oil, water or other fluids
o Entrapment in snow, mud, water or sand

Accessory covered: Policy covers items that were not originally manufactured on the
vehicle, altering the appearance or performance of the snowmobile. This may include:
o Electronic equipment and antennas
o Trailers
o Custom paint, engine modifications and suspensions/springs
o Exhausts, racks, saddlebags, hitches, seats/backrests and windshields
o Plow blades or winches

Medical payments


What Adventures Are You Into?
  • Scouring the back country on rugged trails?
  • Nature watching?
  • Skimming fields and ice-covered lakes?

If you and your family love these types of activities,
then you are like many other adventure enthusiasts
who love riding a snowmobile. These vehicles are
great fun, but must be insured so you and your
snowmobile are protected.

Your Risks:

Snowmobiles are primarily used on off-road terrain,
over frozen bodies of water and alongside roads. As a
result, they generally operate at high speeds and are
prone to accidents and theft.
In addition, many snowmobiles are customized, so it is
difficult to establish their value after a loss. Contact
Moller Insurance Ltd. to learn more about your specific
risks and how to protect against them.


Snowmobiling can be dangerous, so don’t take chances with your insurance. Call Moller
Insurance Ltd. today at 905-642-2745 to learn more about all of our insurance solutions for all of
your recreational, home and auto needs.



Moller Insurance Ltd.

64 Sandiford Dr Suite 1

Stouffville, ON L4A 7X5


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