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Classic Car Insurance

Post by prelude_h22 » Sat Feb 20, 2021 4:22 pm

Hi Guys,

I was thinking of insuring the s2000 this year on classic car insurance with it being 22 years old and only driven around 1000 miles a year with perhaps the odd commute with it to work in nice weather.

Has anyone done the same with their lude or 2nd car?
Which classic car insurance company do you use or recommend?

How is classic insurance different form normal car insurance?

I've got a multi car insurance policy with Admiral insuring the daily Accord, but feel I can get the s2000 much cheaper with classic insurance.

I was looking at Footman James and Performance Direct Classic Car insurances

https://www.footmanjames.co.uk/

https://www.performancedirect.co.uk/...car-insurance/

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Classic Car Insurance

Post by nalla » Sat Feb 20, 2021 8:33 pm

I was led to believe that a car has to be 25 years old to qualify but may be wrong

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Classic Car Insurance

Post by prelude_h22 » Thu Feb 25, 2021 6:18 pm

I was led to believe that a car has to be 25 years old to qualify but may be wrong
Ive looked at some companies and they class 15 years or older a classic.
Some main points for a classic (or modern classic) is that it must be a second car and not exceed a certain mileage per year (i.e not more than 5000 miles)

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