More than the age and value of a vehicle are considered when it comes to qualifying for classic car insurance. The III says you’ll likely need to meet other requirements. For example, a vehicle that’s protected by classic car insurance typically cannot be used for everyday driving. A classic car insurance policy may include mileage limitations, and some insurers require proof that the car is stored properly and that you have another vehicle for routine driving.
Some insurers allow you to drive the vehicle to car shows and auto club events. If not, you may need to purchase special coverage for those kinds of trips, the III says. Additionally, the insured vehicle typically must be securely stored in a private garage or other locked facility when not in use.
Insurers may also require you to have a clean driving record in order to purchase or renew a classic car insurance policy.
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