How is Nationwide's classic car insurance?
Is Nationwide's classic car insurance good? I currently have insurance through Nationwide. I'm going to be buying a Ford F-100 and will need coverage for it.
Being a current customer will likely save you some money on a new policy. It may also be easier to get approved for a classic car policy.
As with any insurance policy, you’ll want to reach out to them directly before starting a policy.
They’ll be able to give you all the specific requirements for classic car coverage as well as the cost of adding the policy.
Should you be unhappy with the rate or conditions, you have the option to shop around. While your personal auto is with Nationwide, you do have the ability to work with another company for your classic car.”
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