It's very easy to be swayed by low insurance quotes, especially during these times when everyone is trying to cut back on expenses. Before grabbing the cheapest rate offered to you, make sure you understand what you are getting yourself into.
One of the most important things many vintage car owners often overlook is coverage of custom parts. If you are not careful, you may get a policy that doesn't include custom parts or modifications. If this happens, you may be at risk of spending more if such parts get damaged and your insurance company refuses to shoulder the repair cost.
To avoid having this problem, you should check if your chosen antique collector car insurance includes car modifications in their policy. A good insurance provider understands that most classic cars need to be modified and have custom parts installed because it's hard to find parts for these vehicles, especially the rare ones.
Classic Car Ins offers an insurance policy that is especially written for collectors like you. With different mile plans, fair restrictions and full coverage, you can be sure that your car is in good hands. Get your free classic car insurance quote now.
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.