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Classic Auto Insurance FAQ

Have some concerns about your coverage? QuoteHaven’s got the answers for commonly asked questions about Classic Auto Insurance. 

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Most companies will consider your car a classic if it is at least 19 years old, and of higher than average value than comparable cars of the same age. 

Cars beyond 24 years old are considered antiques, and are still covered under Classic Auto Insurance.

No. You and your Insurance Provider will come to an Agreed Value on your vehicle. In the event of an accident, you can be reimbursed for the full Agreed Value without deductions or depreciation.

Usually not. 

Your car is valuable, and your Insurance Provider expects you to treat it as such. Not having a safe location to store your vehicle can be a deal breaker.

If you wish to purchase Liability Coverage only, this would be done through a standard Auto Insurance Policy. 

This is know as “Spare Parts Replacement Coverage”, and can be purchased as an endorsement with your policy.