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Horror Story: What Happens if Your Boat Damages the Dock?
SUV Towing a BoatWhether you have ten years of experience or you are brand new at piloting your boat, things happen. Undercurrents are a problem. Items you simply cannot see are sometimes in the way. You may have problems related to wind. When something happens and your boat collides with the dock, the first thing to do is refrain from panicking. As long as there’s no structural damage to your boat, you don’t have to worry. Most boat insurance plans do offer protection to you against financial losses associated with dock damage. But, there’s more to know. Read more.
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