Can you recommend any good insurers of classic cars?
I recently retired and I finally have the means and time to take up a hobby I've always wanted: collecting classic cars. It's always been my dream. Who should I buy classic car insurance from?
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Answered on Feb 25, 2021
Many insurance companies that Jerry writes with offer classic car coverage, including Progressive, Safeco, Nationwide, and a few others. These insurers often use a third-party company through which they write the business. Some other classic car insurance companies include Hagerty, Grundy, American Collectors, and Heacock.
To learn more about classic car insurance, check out this article: How to Get Classic Car Insurance.
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