Do riders need to keep their snowmobiles insured during summer?
While some riggers might cancel their policy during the summer months, this generally isn’t advised. The aim of saving on insurance premiums is understandable. There’s a better way to do it, though.
Canceling a policy altogether can leave a snowmobile unprotected against damage that it could sustain while in storage for the warm months. In most cases, riders likely are better served if they reduce their coverages but retain important ones during summer.
An insurance agent can help adjust coverages so that necessary protections remain in place, but premiums are kept as affordable as possible, during the offseason.