- May 16, 2019
- Posted by: Jason Duliban
- Category: Farm, Tractor
Spring is Here… Is Your Tractor Ready?
With the (late) arrival of spring, there’s a lot of outdoor chores to do! Make sure your compact tractor is properly maintained and ready to tackle your entire to do list!
Jason Duliban, from Duliban Insurance Brokers explains some of the springtime tasks that require a tractor:
- Grading the driveway;
- Digging post holes;
- Putting posts in the ground;
- The winter brush needs to be cleaned up;
- Cutting the grass almost bi weekly on my rural property is a must do;
- Moving rocks and other debris that nature misplaced.
Apart from starting your tractor, a thorough clean of the tractor and its engine is a great idea. At times bird nests can be constructed inside the tractor and could start a fire. It’s also recommended to sharpen blades and get the mower deck ready before that first cut. Like winter maintenance, it is a good idea to get all attachments ready before having to rely on them heavily.
Get the Right Tractor Insurance for Your Needs
In a previous blog, we spoke about the possible gap in insurance coverage under a homeowner’s insurance policy when it comes to compact tractors.
So, if you are getting your unit ready for spring tasks, or you are contemplating buying such a unit, make sure that all your equipment and attachments have the insurance coverage needed to protect you and them.
Contact us at Tractor Protect! We have developed a first of its kind standalone coverage solution for your personally owned Tractor.
This coverage is offered through Ontario, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and PEI by Duliban Insurance Brokers. This solution provides comprehensive all-risk coverage designed for tractors, their equipment and accessories.
Designed for personally used tractors, there is no horsepower limitations or restrictions, and coverage is available up to $80,000 on a replacement cost basis if your unit is 5 years or newer. You are also provided the peace of mind of $2 million in personal liability coverage for the use and operation of your tractor.