Snowmobile Insurance Eligibility & Restrictions
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To obtain an insurance policy, you and all the people you will list as users of the snowmobile will need to have a valid license.
Customization or modifications
If you have altered your snowmobile to enhance its performance or appearance, be aware that we might not approve some modifications. Here are some examples:
- modifications to the frame or suspension
- any modification that might increase the power by over 25 cc’s from the manufacturer’s original specifications
Past losses or convictions
Restrictions based on a prior accident record will vary depending on whether you are looking for a new insurance policy or wish to renew an existing policy. Other criteria include the time elapsed since your conviction and the nature of the conviction.
Legal issues and non-payment
If you have been convicted of auto insurance fraud in the last 10 years, or were involved in any fraud or misrepresentation, this will affect your likelihood of obtaining insurance.
Non-payment of the policy premium may result in cancellation of your policy.
Restrictions may also apply to a claim if you fail to comply with our coverage terms (for example, if you declined to provide us with requested documents).
There are a number of other factors that can prevent us from issuing a policy:
- Your snowmobile is used for racing, competition or jumping.
- Snowmobiles that are manufactured outside of North America but don't have an established distribution channel
The information and examples provided in this section are intended as general information only. This does not constitute legal or insurance advice, nor does it pertain to determination of fault. In all cases, you should speak to an insurance advisor before acting. Your insurance policy contains limitations and restrictions which vary by province and may affect your coverage and/or determine whether or not benefits will be payable.
Please note that your policy may be nullified (voided) and your claim payment denied in the event that you misrepresent or omit to disclose any facts and relevant matters known to you which are likely to influence an insurer in the setting of the premium, the appraisal of the risk, or the decision to cover the risk. The same consequences may arise if you do not promptly notify the insurer of any changes that increase the risk specified in the policy and result from events within your control that are likely to influence the insurer in setting the premium, or deciding to continue to insure the risk.
Examples: Failure to disclose that the vehicle has been altered or modified.