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    Should I renew...

    Should I renew my SeaTow membership? it`s $149.99 a year, but we really only get to ride about 5-6 months...
    and last season I hardly rode at all...PR...


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    Just do what we do and get a rope and make sure you have a shut off on your water inlet, or have a vise grip clamp for closing off hoses. That way anyone can be towed.

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    I renewed mine for $130. I used them one time last year and it was a good thing. We can ride 10-11 months of the year here in North Florida.

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    I personally always ride with somebody. I also have tow ropes in both my skis just in case. I've been towed before and luckily I had my rope.

    If I had a large boat, ski, pleasure boat, probably. But a PWC/Jetski/Waverunner, most likely not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RX951 View Post
    I personally always ride with somebody. I also have tow ropes in both my skis just in case. I've been towed before and luckily I had my rope.

    If I had a large boat, ski, pleasure boat, probably. But a PWC/Jetski/Waverunner, most likely not.

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    Im with u on that. Personally i wouldnt ride somewhere alone like the ocean unless i was with someone. I have progressive insurance and they will come get u up to 75 nortical miles

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    I ride solo alot so I have it, but it covers the boat as well....it's worth it for year round use down here...i think boatus is a little cheaper

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    so is 150 a year a bit steep for the ride time we have here in NJ?...PR...

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    Now that you changed mechanics as I did, you won't need the tow policy as much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skinhead View Post
    Now that you changed mechanics as I did, you won't need the tow policy as much.
    saga not over yet , it`s just a matter of time now...PR...

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    ah hell,. went and renewed anyways. another benefit is I`m covered on any craft, mine, yours borrowed, whatever...just can`t trust my ski enough when I`m out alone...PR...

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