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Savings that lay hidden in your insurance quote!

When I get my Insurance renewal I...

  • Pay it without looking

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Mandy

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If you've read the recent article about the rapid depreciation of new Skis you'll understand the need to watch your renewals closely!


For example: Last year you brought a new Ultra 310R and you paid $25,000 for it.


Over the last year you've done around 80 hours on it having heaps of fun. All the while comfortable with the thought that if anything should happen to your beautiful Ski, it's fully covered for replacement.


Last year you paid $800 for insurance. It's your first year so it should come down after a year of riding right?


But here's another point worth considering. Most policies only pay out the market value of the Ski.


But, a Ski that's a year old with 80 hours is no longer worth $25,000. It's possibly depreciated by $10,000!
The insurance premium on a Ski worth $10,000 less than yours was last year is going to be up to hundreds of dollars cheaper. lovf

Your policy renewal may not make these adjustments for you sk


So next time your renewal comes in have a good hard think about what your Ski is really worth.

It only takes a few minutes to arrange an alternative quote and all the advice given is free! cu



If you contact us at JetSki.Insure you'll have a fresh quote to save you some money in minutes!


 

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Krazy Koika

Yippee
Brilliant post, great advice Jetski.Insure !

I learnt the hard way, was paying for $20,000 of insurance cover to only get market value when it was written off.

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