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Ten Great Snowmobile Destinations for the Hardcore Rider

If you’re feeling adventurous this winter and would like to plan a snowmobile vacation, options range from scenic beginner’s trails to more advanced vertical mountain climbs. To find out about trails close to home, check out your home state’s trails using this North American trails map which also details current weather conditions and snow depth. A state by state listing of snowmobile trails is also available at Gosnowmobiling.org. But if you’d like try out your sled in a new destination, here are ten of the best snowmobiling locations in the U.S. and Canada.
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Are You Breaking the Law When You Haul Your Snowmobile?

There's a fresh layer of snow blanketing the ground and a few free days on the calendar. It's time to ride! But, resist the temptation to tuck the snowmobile in the back of the pick-up and hit the trails. Trailering or towing your sled illegally can lead to some hefty fines and put other motorists at risk of an accident if the machine is not properly secured or hangs over the end of the truck's open tailgate. And, spring pre-orders are piling up, making 2015 look prosperous too. So, the next time a fresh layer of snow blankets the ground and a few free days come up on the calendar -- head outdoors. Why not take the snowmobile out to those trails your friends have been telling you about? Before bundling up, you'll need a trailer to safely transport your sled.
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The New Snowmobile Laws You Need to Know

It's common knowledge to renew your driver's license every couple years. But, what if your favorite mode of transportation is a snowmobile? In a December 2014 Google Consumer Survey of snowmobile enthusiasts, 39.3 percent of respondents didn't realize snowmobile regulations are updated annually. A close 37.2 percent admit to reading the revisions while 23.5 percent had no idea regulations were updated. A total of 57 people participated in the survey.
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Snowmobile Insurance 101

Snowmobiles are a fun and exciting way to enjoy winter weather, but the costs of owning a sled can be significant. With the average price of a new snowmobile topping $11,000, buyers may be concerned about protecting their investment.
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GPS: Why Every Snowmobile Owner Needs It

There's fresh powder begging to be explored. But, if you choose to take your snowmobile off the beaten path, will you be able to find your way home? Thank goodness for GPS, or global positioning systems. They're not just for cars you know!
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What Your Snowmobile Customizations Are Missing

Each year, snowmobiles are made to drive safer and smarter, but customization for enhanced appearance and performance is still popular among sled enthusiasts. In fact, a recent informal survey of snowmobile owners conducted by Trusted Choice revealed that 32% of respondents chose to customize their snowmobiles and another 22% planned to do so in the future. And of those interested in customization, nearly 80% anticipated spending less than $3,000, yet 8% planned to spend or had already spent upwards of $18,000 to trick out their sleds.
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Find the Best Trailer for Your Snowmobile

For those who travel with their snowmobiles, a quality trailer is essential for protection and ease of transport. Choices range from open, flatbed trailers which start at about $500 to enclosed rides which can be priced upward of $3,000. Each option has its own set of costs and benefits.
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