Currently using USAA. I heard of some folks using Grundy, Barrett Jackson, etc...
I'm told they have a way better deal as far coverage and cost to insure. Just curious what company your using and what's the thing to look out for when switching over the the collector car insurance companies.
I keep switching from storage insurance whenever I want to drive it to keep the cost down. It's around 30 bucks a month for storage insurance. My normal cost is around 130 for insurance on 4 vehicles and it bumps my rate to around 230 a month when I take the Viper off of storage and want to drive it.
I don't have any accidents on my record or tickets, and I'm 35. Just seems a little high to me.
Thanks for your help,
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Last edited by Twinscrewd; August 24th, 2013 at 01:27 PM.
I'm with Infinity. I tried getting agreed value insurance with Grundy, Hagerty, etc. and none of them would touch a Gen II Viper. They said the claim rate was too high on them. I'm in my 30's as well with a clean driving record. I only pay 200 bucks a year on an agreed value plan. I'm limited to 6k miles a year of driving and the car can't be daily driven, or used as transportation to work.
Yeah not a daily driver, more like once or twice a month on a weekend. At least when the car's actually running, LOL! That's what I was trying to find was company that would give you an agreed value plan as you have with some cheaper rates as well.
6K is alot of miles to put on in a year, at least for me it is. Anyone with a similar company like the above that has a higher mileage plan with similar costs?
I have Shelter and I was paying a arm & leg, I when and talked to my Agent about collector car insurance and after 10 minutes (taking Photos) I got $35000 guaranteed If something happens to it,for right at $500 @year But I can not go over so many miles per month. I'm 45,married,Clean record,multi-car and I live in a small town.
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