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"In many cases, we know more about the values and trends in pricing than the owners do, so we'll work with them to ensure they get adequate coverage."
"These cars can be very valuable, but we don't expect them to just sit on a shelf. We expect people will take them to car shows. We don't request or clock mileage; if you want to drive across country to a car show, that's perfectly fine—just don't run errands to Home Depot."
How are Classic & Collectible Car policies different from Standard Auto plans? Three key characteristics make this line of insurance unique.
For independent agents and brokers looking to break into the Classic Car niche, one of the best bets is to attend a local event for enthusiasts of the hobby.
As summer winds down, take a look at favorite collector cars and how agents can start a prospect conversation about car collecting.
Classic car owners are passionate about their vehicles, keeping them as showroom pieces in their homes or driving them around to catch people's eyes. Whether kept indoors or occasionally driven, however, these vehicles need to be insured against everything from water damage to collisions. Here are 12 important facts about insuring classic cars.
A lot has been written about reinsurance recently in the wake of several natural catastrophes. Here's a look at five ways reinsurance is funded.
A tractor trailer full of beer drove itself down Colorado's I-25 last week with nobody behind the wheel.