Insurance to protect your valued classic car is imperative and you can insure it against a number of things whether it’s a daily driver, wedding hire vehicle, restoration project or even a show car. The definition of a classic car typically is any car that is over 15 years old to be eligible for classic insurance. This is not to be said for all insurers so it may be worth checking.
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Agreed valuation on your classic car is where you can acquire an insurance scheme which ensures that in the event of a claim or total loss, you can be paid the certified value of the vehicle. Due to variables in the pricing of classic cars based on conditions you may be paid less than the car value without having a certified classic car valuation.
Laid up cover
If you have a non-road registered classic car that needs insurance cover whilst it is off the road you can get Laid up classic car cover. This can cover damage, fire, theft, whilst it is being repaired if you are exhibiting your classic car as well as accessories and spare parts you may have for it also. This can also apply to race cars and restoration vehicles, however, you must stipulate to your provide the status of the classic so they can quote you appropriately.
Classic car club discount
Many insurance providers work with classic car clubs to offer discounts if you are a member. Many can offer up to 25% discount to car club members, this does vary by insurer so mention any clubs you are part of when you are quoting up.
Limited mileage insurance
Limiting your mileage for your classic car can give you variable and lower premiums in some instances. Some start as low as 1,000 miles per year. If you are a regular classic car driver, then you can get unlimited mileage policies for competitive prices.
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