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High insurance costs have become a major
barrier to practical and enjoyable snowmobiling.
In addition, many insurance companies refuse to issue policies
for machines that have engines bigger than 700 cc's - adding to
the insurance woes of many Ontario snowmobilers.
Now, a partnership between
Believer Plus Insurance Brokers and their
underwriter takes on the high cost
of snowmobile insurance,
and makes snowmobiling affordable,
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Airbags are a great option that can
reduce burial depth making your rescue much faster. They do
not necessarily prevent burial and have even been know to
fail when the handles break or bags pop. You'll definitely
want to have a beacon in case this happens.
Buying Snowmobile insurance can be a
relatively easy experience if you take the time to check out the available
options. British Columbia
residents have few choices for insurance and
Capri Insurance has developed an insurance program in partnership with
B.C. Snowmobile Federation to provide their members an affordable option.
All snowmobiles must be registered, no matter what they are used
or where they're used, as required by the
Alberta, a Public Place
rider must have a properly registered and insured machine.
driver must be 14 years of age to operate a machine independently.
operator of a snowmobile must produce insurance and registration
when requested to do so by an enforcement or peace officer.
Having an ATV or snowmobile is more fun with
the right insurance.
A big part of living in Canada is getting outside and enjoying
what nature has to offer. A lot of the time that involves using snowmobiles.
And, if you are going to be out
trail-riding, using the vehicle on property that you do not own, or crossing
any public roads or parking lots, your recreational vehicle must be
registered and you will require a
license and insurance coverage.
Snowmobile legislation in Canada
British Columbia Snowmobile Insurance
Insuring Your Snowmobile
Once the snowmobile has been registered and has its permit, you can
apply to license and insure
it, as required by the Motor Vehicle Act.
You can do this at any
broker. - ICBC - Register & License a Vehicle - Snowmobiles
Alberta Snowmobile Insurance
Drayden snowmobile insurance
for members of the
Legal requirements for snowmobiling
Saskatchewan Snowmobile Insurance
Adventure & Sport Insurance Solutions Inc.
was established in 2007 to provide programs for local, provincial and
national associations and their members with a particular focus on not
Outdoor Adventure & Sport Insurance Solutions Inc. is
incorporated and licensed on a national basis.
The Saskatchewan Snowmobile Act
The general operating rules for snowmobiles are covered in The
Snowmobile Act and associated regulations. The
legislation also includes requirements regarding registration, driver
licensing, helmets, training for young operators, trail permits,
responsibility for accidents and liability, and prescribes
registration fees. A copy of the Act and associated Regulations can be found at www.publications.gov.sk.ca/details.cfm?p=877
SSA - Membership Benefits
For Saskatchewan Snowmobile Information Call
Toll Free: 1-800-499-7533
Manitoba Snowmobile Insurance
Operator's Training Program
While operating a snowmobile, the same rules of the road and
penalties apply as for driving a car, including possible fines,
loss of driver's license, criminal record and/or imprisonment.
In Manitoba the use of a CSA, Snell or DOT approved safety
helmet is mandatory while operating or riding a snowmobile.
In Manitoba each snowmobile must be registered and carry a
minimum $200,000 third party liability insurance coverage.
Manitoba Trail Conditions
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Ontario Snowmobile Insurance
J. D. Smith & Associates Insurance Brokers Inc.
is partnering with it’s Insurance Carriers with the new
Power Sports Insurance Program TM that will provide a
snowmobile insurance program designed to meet snowmobilers specific
To take advantage of Sledder's Choice insurance rates, all
you need is a trail
permit and to be an OFSC
Member. Snowmobile trail permits became mandatory on sleds using
OFSC trails Click
Quebec Snowmobile Insurance
Registration, insurance and training — compulsory for
snowmobiles in Quebec!
Registration and insurance
You can register your snowmobile at a CAA-Quebec
registration centre. However, registration costs for your
snowmobile, unlike those for your road vehicles, do not include SAAQ
insurance. Snowmobile riders therefore need to take out third-party
liability insurance (minimum $500,000), whether you intend to ride
on your private land or on a trail.