Before signing a contract with your chosen muscle car insurance provider, you must make sure that you understand their policy restrictions. You should do this to avoid regretting signing up for a company's insurance policy with restrictions that you do not fully agree with or can't adhere to.
The first thing you have to look into is the allowed miles given to you for one term. While many insurance companies may give you the option of choosing among several mile plans, you may get into a company that offers only one mile plan. When this happens, it's important that you know your allowed miles for one full term so you don't exceed the limit.
What you do with your car may also be restricted. Pleasure driving is allowed for most collectible cars. Insurance companies may allow you to join car shows and parades provided you exert effort to make sure your car won't incur damages in such events. Many classic custom car insurance providers may also require you to have a second car you can use for general transportation.
If you are looking for an insurance policy, you should consider getting one from Classic Car Ins. You can choose from different mile plans. We offer a 6000 mile plan so you won't have to worry about exceeding. You can transfer your unused miles on your next term. Get your free 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.