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Old August 13th, 2014, 01:23 PM   #1
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Where do you snowmobilers insure your sleds thru? I am getting a new snowmobile and my insurance company wont cover it being the cc's are over 750. Ive checked around and damn insurance has really went up since the last sled i had insured. Looking at over 1,000 a year. Seems kinda high to me. It's a arctic cat xf crosstour 9000 if this helps any. Also its 1056 cc turbocharged.
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not sure if this helps, but I have two 600's, and I pay $840 a year for the pair with state farm.
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Old August 13th, 2014, 01:33 PM   #3
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not sure if this helps, but I have two 600's, and I pay $840 a year for the pair with state farm.
Ok so maybe the quotes im getting are not that far off. Thanks ill try state farm also.
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tell thim it's a 700
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not sure if this helps, but I have two 600's, and I pay $840 a year for the pair with state farm.
How much of a discount do you get for letting Ryan work on them?
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How much of a discount do you get for letting Ryan work on them?
Enough to cover putting one through the ice or burning down ever year?
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was wondering this about my fourwheelers and zero turn as well...

wonder if its worth it. (sure would be if I went home and my barn was empty or a tornado took it away one day)...
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home owners covers my zr900
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I have done AAA, all state, state farm, and farm bearu....they all do it. AAA was the best prices I got.
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This might work for 5 minutes.
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I pay $698 per year on a 1100 turbo & three 600's through Farmers
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I have done AAA, all state, state farm, and farm bearu....they all do it. AAA was the best prices I got.
AAA is my insurance company. And they won't do over 750cc.
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AAA is my insurance company. And they won't do over 750cc.
Must be a new rule then cuz I had 4 Skidoo 800s, and a Polaris 800 insured with them in the past 3 years.
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My 2008 yamaha apex ltx gt, full coverage, just under 600 per year.
Its 1000 cc. Through progressive.

My 1997 xlt 600 was 171 per year.
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If you can't get coverage on your homeowner's policy, try an agent that represents Foremost. They seem to have decent rates for snowmobiles right now. I quoted two 2014 1100cc Arctic Cats (one turbo) and it was around $825/year. Many independent agents have them as well as Farmers.
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