Are you racing the Ricky Carmichael Amateur Supercross race at Daytona in March? Have you been studying the supplemental rule book and staying up late at night to understand every line of your insurance policy? We did not think so. The last thing you want to do after driving hundreds of miles and preparing all winter is to be told you can’t race. As far as the rules are concerned we want to help educate you on just one...Supplemental Rule C; bullet 4, which relates to the medical insurance requirement which can be found here:
- Medical Insurance: Riders must have medical insurance coverage effective throughout the event in order to compete.
- Will I need medical insurance in order to participate?
- Yes. RCSX does not provide rider medical insurance, and due to the requirements of the Speedway, cannot accept any riders who do not have their own medical insurance coverage.
Like all riders and racers, we are the most responsible human beings on the planet, and we would never ride our dirt bikes or ATV’s let alone race without already having medical insurance in force. But, if for some unfortunate reason you find yourself without coverage OR without coverage that covers racing, then you need to act now; especially if you are racing the RCSX race.
WHAT TO DO
- You have medical coverage in force either through work or through any other means, you should call your current health insurance provider and use our Simple Insurance Guide For Riding And Racing to make sure you are covered on the track.
- You do not have medical insurance in force, then you can purchase a short term insurance plan for a minimum of thirty days, if it is available in your state.
- Request help and run quotes here: Health Insurance Quotes For Riding And Racing In The US
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