If you own an old driveable car, you may wonder if your car is a classic. Typically, classic cars need more than age to be considered classic. Often, classic cars have historical interest, and their original style and specifications have been maintained. They also tend to be in good condition, although they’re rarely driven as main/primary cars. Our team at Commonwealth Insurance Center understands that the title "classic car" can be ambiguous. This is why we’re committed to helping old car owners of Williamsburg, VA residents understand classic car insurance.
What is Classic Car Insurance?
Classic car insurance is designed for cars twenty years or older. However, it should be noted that the classic car insurance company of your choice determines whether or not your vehicle is considered a classic or not. Although there are broad terms to describe a classic car, the exact meaning varies from one insurance company to another. Like conventional car insurance, classic car insurance protects your vehicle and includes liability coverage. However, it differs from traditional car insurance in that the value of your car is pre-determined by you and the insurance company and isn’t based on the actual value of the vehicle.
I have a 1980 Subaru GL. Can I get classic car insurance?
Maybe. The classic insurance company you go to will have to make that determination. Typically, classic cars are of historical interest and kept in their original style and specifications. If your Subaru meets these standards, it’s possible that you could get classic car insurance coverage. However, that determination is made by the specific car insurance company of your choice. If you have questions about classic car insurance, call us. We’d be happy to answer all of your questions.