Classic Car Insurance in Jacksonville
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Sanctioning car clubs and automotive associations have differing dates of distinction for classifying a vehicle as a classic, historic, antique or vintage car. For vehicle registration and titling as a classic, most states require a vehicle to be at least 20 years old and conform to the manufacturer's original standards. Once you've determined that your vehicle qualifies as a collector car, it's time to shop for quotes. In Jacksonville, classic car insurance is going to be determined by a number of variables such as how, when and where the vintage vehicle will be driven. Fortunately, several insurance carriers have developed plans that specifically cater to the needs of today's collector.
Value Basis Collector Car Insurance
Conventional auto insurance policies are not designed to protect antique and classic vehicles to their true value. The quality of restoration and cost replacement parts must be considered when selecting a classic car insurance policy. At Shapiro Insurance Group, we can help you find vintage car insurance based upon an agreed value basis or with higher amount of repair protection. Carriers that offer this type of coverage may require that you limit the use of your classic vehicles for purposes such as car shows, parades or club events. Value basis collector car insurance policies can offer superior coverage by ensuring you are protected at the current cost of replacement.
If you are one of the many Americans who are a true antique car enthusiast and have taken an interest in owning or restoring historic vehicles, call or contact us today to discuss your specific needs for classic car insurance in Jacksonville, Florida. Our friendly staff will help you determine the best options for insuring your favorite ride.
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