What makes us so different?
We at DCInsurers - Mountain are independently owned and operated, which means that, because we are not owned by a specific insurance company, we are able to shop the insurance marketplace to get you the best possible coverage for all your insurance needs at the absolute best prices. Further, because we are independent, we can offer you objective information when it comes to making your insurance decisions. Our experienced and knowledgeable brokers can help you find the perfect Denver snowmobile insurance policy to match your unique and specific needs.
Why is snowmobile insurance so important?
In North America, there are more than 2 million registered snowmobilers, and while snowmobiling can be an excellent means of outdoor entertainment, it can also introduce a lot of risks. According to The International Snowmobile Manufacturers Association, the average North American snowmobiler rides 1206 miles in a year—a significant distance considering the number of months to which snowmobiling is restricted (in some cases, snowmobile trails are only open two or three months of the year)—and a lot can go wrong in 1200 miles when you are riding on a machine that can weigh more than 600 pounds and can travel at speeds exceeding 90 mph.
In fact, thousands of snowmobile accidents occur each year in the United States alone, leading to hundreds of injuries and deaths. According to the NCBI, each year snowmobiling accidents cause approximately 200 deaths and 14,000 injuries in North America. One of the most commonly known risks to snowmobilers involves frozen waterways; however, while it is commonly thought that breaking through the ice is the leading factor in snowmobile related injury, more accidents are caused by collisions with static objects (including docks, ice huts, rocks, and bridges) or with vehicles, including other snowmobiles. Contact DCInsurers - Mountain today for more information about how we can keep you out in the snow with the peace of mind of having the best Denver snowmobile insurance.