If you’re thinking of getting classic custom car insurance for your vintage car, you should know that most companies would require you to have another vehicle that serves as your regular or daily mode of transportation.
Considering the age and condition of your vintage car, it's understandable that many agencies would be concerned about the kind of damage your classic car could get if it's used daily.
Besides this prerequisite, a classic insurance agency should be reasonable with the terms and conditions it may require you to meet. Here are some limitations or restrictions you have to know before getting your car insured.
Use – The best policies allow you to use your vintage car for recreational or personal driving besides events where your vintage car is registered for display in parades, exhibits, trade shows, and other similar occasions.
Security Provisions – Hot Rod Insurance providers should also have practical expectations when it comes to the security provisions you can provide for your own car. For most insurance companies, a fully locked and completely enclosed garage is already acceptable. You should think twice if the company explicitly requires you to have a state-of-the-art security system installed.
Price Negotiations – Lastly, the best policy providers are those willing to enter into a discussion about the agreed value for your vintage car. This way, closing the deal would be a win-win situation for both parties.
Classic Car Ins offers the best insurance policy for vintage vehicle owners like you. Get your free quote today.
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.