Insurance for Off Road Vehicles
CapriCMW offers complete off road insurance coverage options for ATVs, snowmobiles, dirtbikes, side-by-sides and more and work with you to make it easy to properly insure your off road vehicle.
Get an insurance quote for your ATV, snowmobile or dirtbike.
Off Road Liability insurance provides coverage if you injure someone or cause damage to someone's property. Our Off Road Liability provides coverage for up to $1,000,000.
Physical Damage Insurance
Off Road Physical Damage coverage provides protection for your ATV, snowmobile or dirtbike from damage or loss by fire, theft, transit, vandalism and even collision. We offer three Physical Damage coverage options:
- Gold Protection: All Perils (Collision, Upset, Rollover, and Comprehensive)
- Silver Protection: Comprehensive-only coverage
- Bronze Protection: Basic Perils (Fire, Theft, Attempted Theft, and Transit)
- Up to 25% discount to current members of approved associations (e.g. BCWF, BCSF, ATV BC)
- 10% discount to ATV owners who have completed the Canadian Safety Council ATV Safety Course
- 10% discount to owners of machines that have an approved ignition system immobilizer
Dedicated Claims Support
Our in-house claims team is here to help you every step of the way and advocate on your behalf to expedite your claim as fast and efficient as possible.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who is insured under my Off Road Vehicle Liability Policy?
The person who applies for the insurance (the insured) and anyone with a valid driver’s licence operating the insured’s off road vehicle, with consent from the insured.
Is aftermarket equipment covered?
Yes - aftermarket equipment will be covered if the extra equipment is attached to the insured vehicle and the value of that equipment was included in the insurance limit purchased. It is recommended that you retain receipts from the original purchase and keep photos of the added equipment.
What happens if my off road vehicle is a total loss as a result of an insured incident?
The unit is insured for Agreed Value. Agreed Value is the amount shown on your policy for your ATV, snowmobile or dirtbike. In the event of a total loss, you will receive the amount shown on the policy. No deductions will be taken for depreciation and no deductible will be charged. For example, if your ATV, snowmobile or dirtbike is insured for $12,000 and is a total loss, you will receive $12,000 if your intention is to purchase a replacement vehicle.
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