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If you're only on the water for a few months, is year-round boat insurance necessary?
With warmer temperatures arriving earlier than usual, water season is well underway. Whether you're out on your boat every day or just on weekends, boat insurance should be top of mind during the summer months — and even beyond.
Make ownership enjoyable with the right amount of planning.
Take a jaunt down any road on a warm spring day, and you'll likely encounter boats being towed to nearby waters, motorcycles on winding roads or RVs on the highways. Seeing them might make you want one of your own, which could be a pretty easy — and enjoyable — feat with the right amount of planning. If you remember things like insurance, accessories, and operating costs, you can enjoy your toys for many balmy seasons ahead.
Though your golf cart may not be your primary mode of transportation, you may still want to insure it with golf cart insurance.
If you own a golf cart, you may associate it with leisure activities — driving around the golf range, traveling around a gated or retirement community, or even just rolling around your property. Though golf carts aren't made for speed, they're still moving vehicles, which means they can still be damaged, and they can cause damage to property or even injure someone.
Though Uninsured Motorist coverage is optional, here are a few reasons why you should consider adding it to your policy.
When you choose what type of motorcycle insurance coverage you need for your bike, consider that situations involving a car versus those that involve a motorcycle can result in very different outcomes. Since you're much more exposed on a motorcycle, injuries from a motorcycle accident can be drastically different than injuries sustained when you're sitting in the relative safety of a car.