Your vintage car is a unique vehicle. You've probably heard this line before from an insurance guy who's trying to convince you to get standard auto insurance for your car. While this may be true, a standard auto insurance policy is not enough to protect your classic car.
Before getting an insurance policy, it's important that you do a bit of research about the different types of insurance, which type of cars needs which type of insurance and what services do you need to have in your policy. This will make choosing the right provider a lot easier for you.
You have to know that most collectible cars are appraised differently than your everyday vehicles. This means, looking for the right provider who will give you a fair appraisal of your vehicle is very important. Look for a company that offers agreed value insurance for your car. This type of insurance follows a fix price that you and your provider have agreed on. This means the value of your car will never depreciate.
Vintage vehicles must be under an antique vehicle insurance policy. This is what these cars have in common: a type of insurance policy specially written and planned out to cater to the unique needs of antique car owners.
If you want to get full coverage for your antique vehicle, contact Classic Auto Insurance today and get a free quote from us.
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.