Asking for a price quotation is the first thing to do when you’re thinking about having your antique car insured. Before you ask for one, make sure you have the following information available as this would help expedite the process.
Since these are antique cars you’re driving, you will almost always have to submit proof that you own another vehicle you use for everyday driving. As such, make sure you can readily supply insurance data about your everyday car as well as typical information such as vehicle type as well as the year it was manufactured, make and model.
You’ll most likely be asked as well to inform the classic insurance agency what kind of modification your car has undergone throughout the years it’s been in use.
More often than not, you’ll also be required to specify the value of your automobile. Browse online for listings for the exact model of your car and use that as your benchmark.
Lastly, you’ll be asked about your yearly mileage plan for your antique car: is it something that you plan to use every weekend or only when you have an exhibit to participate in?
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About the Author
Drew Yagodnik is Vice President of Classic Automobile Insurance Agency, Inc. Classic Automobile Insurance Agency has been protecting collector, classic and exotics since 1992.