Race Car Insurance Policy

Once a year in February or March the town just the road from us has a spectacular International car race called the 12 Hour of Sebring. Racers come from all over the world to this small town to compete and it is very exciting.

With all the hype and truly deserved excitement for this race there is also the danger that must be considered. In this sport, accidents can occur quickly, often and cause great damage to cars due to the high traveling speeds of the race car. A racing competitor will need to look into a vehicle policy before competing on a track. The policy for racing is specialized and differs from the everyday driving protection.

There is a lot of money put into these vehicle, and many will have expensive back up engines, tires, etc. and as well the outfit for the drivers. The potential for an accident is more prominent on a track which provides safety guards such as rains, fences, and walls to add protection. A liability protection for the driver is very beneficial and will help to guard them financially and medically.

Not only will race car insurance protect the driver but also the investment, and will protect the owner and driver from having to pay solely out of pocket in the event of an accident while racing.

Be sure to get the policy that is right for you. Call us today to get your questions answered. 863-453-3903

or visit our website budgetbirite.com fill out the form and we will have an agent contact you within 24 hours.

 We find insurance that meets every budget!

Ashley Bishop Owner/Agent

Budget Bi Rite Insurance, Inc

Serving All of Florida

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