Allstate snowmobile insurance recommends safety first this winter

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The insurer has issued a list of recommendations for machine riders before they hit the trails. As the trails start to open in several northern states, Allstate snowmobile insurance has issued a number of recommendations. This advice has been made to snowmobile and ATV riders, alike. They have underscored the importance of safety when riding power sport vehicles in order to gain the best enjoyment out of this winter. Allstate is reminding parents that supervision is crucial to child safety when snowmobiles are involved. In many states, such as New…

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Winter activities make insurance news in Ohio

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Residents of the state have been urged to review the protection that they have for their snowmobiling, skiing, etc. Mary Taylor, the Department of Insurance Director and Lieutenant Governor of Ohio has released an insurance news statement which has advised residents of the state to look into their coverage before they take part in some of their favorite types of winter activities. The goal is to make sure that proper insurance coverage is in place in case an accident should happen. Taylor explained that Ohio is a great place for…

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Snowmobile insurance and safety reminders released by officials

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As the snowy season gets off to a start, riders are reminded to take the right precautions. Now that there has been some significant snowfall in many areas, officials from the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) have been reminding owners of sleds that even though they may be excited to head out for the first few times, snowmobile insurance and the right safety checks and equipment are just as vital now as they have ever been. The DNR is also reminding these riders to brush up on the riding regulations…

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Save on your snowmobile insurance by storing your sled properly

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Snowmobiles are only a seasonal piece of equipment, so they spend most of the year out of use. If you want to make sure that you’re getting the most out of the vehicle and paying the least for it, then make sure that you’re storing it properly and that you have discussed those options with your snowmobile insurance company. Taking extra precautions will make it easier and less expensive to own it and use it again next year. The following are some of the most important rules for you to…

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Progressive Insurance adds to mobile commerce offerings with recreational and sports vehicle coverage quotes

Progressive Insurance has announced that it has expanded its mobile commerce offerings to consumers by adding the ability to use a smartphone or tablet in order to receive quotes for the coverage of motorcycles, RV’s boats, and other recreational and powersports vehicles. Progressive Insurance is already the leading motorcycle insurance company in the United States, and is also the top boat and RV insurer. Clearly, it saw the benefit in expanding its current mobile quote optimization to include this group of vehicles as well as more traditional cars, SUVs, pickups,…

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International Snowmobile Safety Week is here and riders are urged to play it safe

The top four manufacturers of snowmobiles have announced their support of the International Snowmobile Safety Week, which runs from January 15 through January 21, this year, and they are hoping to encourage riders everywhere to use their machines responsibly not only this week, but throughout the entire season. The industry has traditionally used this week to advance safety enforcement and education, and they feel that they have been making great strides in this effort. They recognize, though, that snowmobile safety isn’t just something that lasts for a single week, but…

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Mild weather in December threatens the snowmobiling season

Many regions across the country are finding that they are faced with much more rain than snow this year – with several places reaching record breaking average temperatures for the month of November and are ready to do the same for this month – and the result is a delay to the start of the snowmobile season. Bob Meyers, the Maine Snowmobile Association’s executive director, said that he isn’t feeling concerned quite yet. That organization is one of the primary contributors to the snowmobile industry in that state, which is…

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Snowmobilers are advised to brush up on their safety tips at the start of the winter season

The season for snowmobiling has already edged into starting, with a few storms having already occurred in some places across the country, making it the best time to make sure that all of the right safety precautions have been taken to ensure a fun and safe ride both on and off trails. According to the Maine Snowmobile Association’s executive director, Bob Meyers, as soon as a few storms have occurred, people already start to get their snowmobiles out to ride around in fields and other open spaces. As things truly…

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Basic highlights on top four insurance companies to help consumers

Throughout the financial crisis over the last few years, a number of insurance companies faced a significant struggle, leaving people to wonder about the top insurers after having seen the global giant American International Group (AIG) fall apart.  In order to help consumers to better understand the current the insurance marketplace, experts have compiled some notes about the top four leading companies.  Progressive is among the biggest American auto insurance companies.  It provides standard vehicle insurance as well as products for specialty vehicles such as ATVs, mobile homes, motorcycles, boats…

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Snowmobile accidents reach an all time high

 In the Midwest, Michigan is a popular spot for snowmobilers. It has over 6200 miles of neat trails luring thousands of people every winter. However, despite its attractive profile, according to a crash data review by the Free Press, more than one hundred thirty snowmobilers died here since 2005 with hundreds seriously injured – this with even lesser snowmobiles on trails due to high gas prices and recession. In contrast to some Great Lake states which were able to minimize snowmobile related deaths, Michigan has not gone about setting speed…

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