How can I insure my vehicles as a car collector?
I want to start collecting cars and I'm not sure how insurance works for that. Are there special policies? Can I insure all of my vehicles on one policy, or do I need separate policies for each one?
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Answered on Apr 21, 2021
“If you are collecting cars, classic car coverage may be the best type of insurance for you. Depending on how many vehicles you have, you should be able to insure them all on one policy.
Shop around and reach out to carriers in your area to see if they offer classic car coverage. This will allow you to find affordable coverage with a policy that suits you best.
Every carrier is different, so be sure to find out what their policy does and doesn’t cover. Classic car insurance often has special rules that differ from a regular vehicle policy. “
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