Classic Car Insurance Company Broadens Classifications

Classic Car InsuranceDo you have a 1953 MG Kit Car, or maybe a 1967 Corvair Monza? Perhaps, you’re the kind of collector who has a 2007 Aston Martin DB9. It doesn’t matter if it’s a kit car, classic or exotic vehicle; American Collectors Insurance has added to, and expanded their insurance for collector vehicles.

American Collectors Insurance has been around for over 30 years and is recognized as a leader and innovator in the (collectors) insurance industry. They strive for excellence in customer service and are proud of the wide range of policies they have to offer.

Some of the enhancements they’ve made to their vehicle policies include coverage for any year, make or model car. It doesn’t matter if it’s a late model, replica or exotic vehicle; it can now be added to a specialty collector policy. Where you store your vehicle has changed also.

If you live in a gated community, you can park your vehicle under your carport if you want to. You can also park in a shared garage. No more hiding your pride and joy in a locked down, closed up garage. They have lowered the driving experience required to get collector insurance.

By widening the coverage to include kit cars, replicas and more modern models, we realized we needed to relax the restrictions on driving experience. This will include the younger collectors who may have previously been excluded. Additional features that were added include discounts for collections worth more than 250 thousand dollars.

Collectors will be happy to know they have two more options for expanding the number of miles they are allowed to drive; for hobby or general transportation. The TLC plan may be perfect for new collectors or restore-it-yourselfers. The Towing and Labor for Collectors (TLC) plan reimburses for roadside assistance, emergency towing, emergency lockout and several other hobby related costs.     

American Collectors Insurance has coverage for numerous types of collections a person may have. Their motto says it best;  “if it’s worth collecting, it’s worth protecting.”

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