If you are looking to buy your first classic car or already own such a vehicle and your insurance cover is shortly due for renewal then you may wish to get a number of quotes. So, where do purchase such cover?
Well, it probably does not come as a surprise to read that there are a number of places to purchase classic car insurance. So, let’s have a look at some of them.
A lot of people probably use the Internet to source and arrange suitable cover of the type mentioned above. There are a variety of websites that such cover can be arranged through. For instance, there are websites that specialize in providing classic and vintage motor insurance whether you are looking to buy the likes of an elderly car, motorbike or lorry. There are also more well-known price comparison websites that not only arrange classic car insurance but can also help sort out various other types of insurance such as home, pet and travel insurance.
You could contact some insurance companies direct for a quote. You could also visit your high street insurance broker and ask if they can obtain a quotation for such cover for your consideration. Your bank, building society or the Post office may also be able to arrange classic car insurance quotes.
The more sources that you approach to obtain quotes from then the more likely you are to obtain a competitively priced policy. Of course, it is also important that the cover meets your requirements and when studying quotes you should make sure that you are comparing like for like as far as the features and benefits are concerned.
It may also be possible to obtain classic car insurance quotes through a classic car owner’s club. Sometimes insurance companies offer club members a discount off the premium.