Whose doing the best classic insurance deals at the moment. Tony
Not cheap though and I chose to switch my SL onto a multi car policy with Admiral rather than separate Classic insurance - Alex, do you get good service from them, have you had to make a claim?
Whose doing the best classic insurance deals at the moment.
It is agreed value other wise I would not entertain it . ,There is a need to supply photo's of sides, front/rear interior and engine and verification of mileage .
I'm thinking about my insurance at the moment, just had a quote through for my toyota landcruiser due on the 18th of the month 6 yrs no claims(£308.00). I am looking to replace my c240s with an sl500 in the next few weeks and will need my no claims for that. Admiral quoted £730 for both. Good-Bad??
I think £240 is a really good price for that QS. I had a similar policy with Lancaster but it had moved gently up to over £400 per year. It did however include continental breakdown, recovery and accident insurance and was a very comprehensive policy.
I agree with popuptoaster about the risks of only being given "market value" on an ordinary policy, and that presumably reduces radically the price at which they will "write the car off". So a passenger airbag deployment, for example, might be curtains!
So I guess I am "self insuring" to some extent and just banking on a very low likelihood of serious conflict or write off.