Does GEICO's boat insurance cover fuel spills?
I have an old boat that's insured with GEICO. I'm worried about a fuel spill based on its age. Does their boat insurance cover fuel spills?
“A fuel spill can be a scary situation. Luckily, your GEICO boat insurance policy should cover fuel spills.
Fuel spills are one of the common coverages on boat insurance policies, as are:
- Property damage to your boat, including the hull and motor
- Equipment and accessories
- Personal property effects
- Medical payments to others
- Uninsured boater
While most states don’t require boat insurance, accidents are common while boating. Having the proper protection for yourself and others is important even if it isn’t required. Without it, you may have to pay out of pocket for any damages or injuries you cause.
If you want help looking for boat insurance, try using the Jerry app. Jerry can help you find the best deal by pulling multiple quotes from different providers so that you can choose the best price for the coverage you need. We’ll even help you switch to your new plan so that you can get back out on the water stress-free!”
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