Recreational Vehicle Insurance

Off-Road & All-Terrain Vehicle Insurance

Becker Osburn Financial can be with you for every jump, dip and turn. Whether you’re riding on back trails in the woods or the back nine, we have the policy to help protect your vehicle.

Snowmobile Insurance:

Combine Winter Thrills, Safety & Protection
When the winter weather arrives, many people take it in stride…but for some – it’s pure adrenaline. Skiers, ice skaters…and especially snowmobile enthusiasts crave that white blanket of snow on the ground. And nothing beats cutting through fresh powder on a trail with your sled… until something unexpected happens. That’s why it’s great to take us along for the ride. We offer affordable snowmobile insurance coverage that helps protect you, your passenger, your snowmobile and even someone else’s property that may be damaged by your snowmobile.

  • Snowmobile Insurance can even provide coverage while your sled is in storage during the warmer months or being towed.
  • And what if you’ve added customization to ride? We can help there, too.
  • You own multiple snowmobiles? Ask us about our discounts.
  • Are you relying on your Homeowners and/or Auto insurance policies to help if you have a snowmobile claim? Those policies may provide little, if any, supplemental coverage for your snowmobile.

And at less than $10 per month on average (or less than a large pizza a month), it’s reassuring to know that, with snowmobile insurance, you’re riding with a little extra protection in your back pocket.

Snowmobiling Safety

Snowmobiling Quick Facts
Is snowmobiling still an active sport? Are there a lot of fellow enthusiasts? Following are some quick facts and figures from the International Snowmobile Manufacturers Association (ISMA) for 2009:

  • Snowmobiling generates $22 billion annually in the U.S. alone ($6 billion in Canada) and 90,000 full-time jobs in North America
  • Approximately 88% of all active snowmobilers are male; 12% female.
  • There are over 225,000 miles of groomed and marked snowmobile trails in North America that have been developed by volunteer clubs working with local government and private land owners.
  • There are over 3,000 snowmobile clubs worldwide, involved in trail grooming and charity fundraising and family activities. In fact, snowmobilers raised over $3 million for charity during the 2008-2009 season.
  • The average age of a snowmobiler is 43 years old.
  • The average annual household income for snowmobilers is $75,000.
  • The average snowmobiler rides their snowmobile 1,402 miles per year in North America.
  • There are approximately 1.65 million registered snowmobiles in the U.S.