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Bachmann-Zeitlin Insurance Agency Announces the Benefits of Buying a Boat …

Tuesday, April 7th, 2015

Bachmann-Zeitlin Insurance Agency Announces the Benefits of Buying a Boat …
News from Digital Journal:

Philadelphia, PA — (ReleaseWire) — 03/23/2015 — While the benefits of purchasing automobile insurance have been loudly touted from every rooftop across the U.S., boating enthusiasts have not been as luckily inundated. Fortunately, most of the benefits are aligned with those for vehicles, with one caveat. Repairing or replacing a damaged boat can be tremendously expensive, often costing multiple times more than the average car repair. This is especially true for boat owners who do not live near an experienced boat repair shop, as the transportation costs can quickly reach hundreds of dollars. Don’t wait until after an accident happens and the costs are mounting to purchase Philadelphia boat insurance, let the Bachmann-Zeitlin Insurance Agency provide protection before it’s too late.

Jumping on their soapbox to make sure boat owners no longer have an informational disadvantage, the agency announces the benefits of buying one of their policies. As the weather becomes more and more pleasant, boat owners will begin to slip their watercraft into the Delaware River and the Atlantic coast’s bays and waterfront locations, intent on a relaxing c…………… continues on Digital Journal

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Insider tips for boat buying

Friday, May 30th, 2014

Insider tips for boat buying
News from Port Huron Times Herald:

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Tips for boat buying

Friday, December 20th, 2013

Tips for boat buying
News from Metro.us:

Experts from Discover Boating will be on hand at the Progressive Insurance New York Boat Show to help serious buyers find the perfect vessel for their needs. Credit: Progressive Insurance New York Boat Show

Whether you are new to boating, or a seasoned sea vet, bringing a new boat into your life is an exciting time. There are boats and payment strategies to fit every lifestyle. But don’t let the number of options overwhelm you! Here are some things to think about when getting ready to buy your boat:

1. Make choices based on your interests
There are about as many boating-related activities as there are boaters, so it’s important to think about what you’ll be using it for. There are boats that are best-suited for water-sports or racing, while others might be best for activities like fishing, day trips, or cruises. You can use the www.discoverboating.com boat selector tool to narrow your search by favorite activity, and number of people you’ll have on board.

2. Decide if buying new or pre-owned best suits your needs
There are pros and cons to buying new and pre-owned models. N…………… continues on Metro.us

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Buying a Boat on a Bargain

Wednesday, December 4th, 2013

Buying a Boat on a Bargain
News from spyghana.com:

Whether you’re fishing, tubing, or just catching some rays, boating is a fun and enjoyable experience for all parties involved. Unfortunately, the initial step of purchasing a boat can break the banks of many people who are just trying to spend some quality time out on the water. If you’re considering buying a new boat for the upcoming summer season, we have a few helpful tips for you.

You can get some great deals on great boats from depreciation. As boat manufacturers are expected to roll out with new models year after year, the older models that are not sold have to clear inventory, which means bargain prices for you. As with anything that you buy used, a cause for concern is the condition of the boat, if the value of the boat reflects its listing price, and how many seasons it will last you. Additionally, you should expect additional maintenance on your part – particularly when you put your boat away for the season come autumn.

If you’re going to be pinching pennies over the next few years while owning a boat, you certainly don’t need to invest in a larger boat. Insurance, maintenance, fuel, repairs; just about every cost associated with boat ownership increases as the size of a boat increases. Even if you can find a great deal on a boat that is bigger than what you need, you may want to decline the offer on account of ownership cos…………… continues on spyghana.com

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Getting your watercraft ready for use and buying boat insurance

Monday, May 7th, 2012

Getting your watercraft ready for use and buying boat insurance
News from Live Insurance News:

Now that the warmer weather is well underway, many watercraft owners are keen to take their vehicles out of storage and begin their use; but it’s important to take the proper steps to prepare it, including reviewing your boat insurance and making sure it’s up to date.

Though your boat may have been in perfect working order the last time you used it, a lot can happen to change that condition when it has spent several months in storage, so it’s important to take a few spring cleaning and maintenance steps to prepare it for safe use and avoid problems this season.

Use the following steps to get your boat ready for the summer and avoid making a boat insurance claim:

• Take out the manufacturer’s manual. If you have a copy, keep it handy. If you don’t, see if there is a copy of it online that can be printed out, or contact the manufacturer to obtain a copy. You’ll need to consult it whenever you replace fluids and parts.

• Prepare the engine for use. This is typically the messiest and most time consuming step. It will generally begin with an oil change if this was not done at the end of the season. It’s not recommended that you run the engine again after acids, water, and other byproducts have been allowed to build up from last season’s use. Changing the oil will prevent excessive wear and corrosion, which can cause costly problems ranging…………… continues on Live Insurance News

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