Posted 2009-01-25 7:50 AM (#160360) Subject: I want a classic car insurance agent recommendation
How can I trust State Farm storage insurance when the 6 month quotation for my 1992 Ford Ranger, for which I paid $1,000, is $46, and the quotation for my 58 300D is $15 ? Is the cost of the insurance inversely proportional to the value of the car ? Preposterous.
I'm based in north-east Indiana.
Can someone please recommend a classic car insurance agent whom I can E-MAIL (not 'phone) ?
Posted 2009-01-25 9:08 PM (#160428 - in reply to #160360) Subject: RE: I want a classic car insurance agent recommendation
Location: Under the X in Texas
Does your state require that you have an agent who gets a piece of commission out of your insurance premium? In most states you can go direct to the insurance company like Grundy or Hagerty or JC Taylor and deal direct with them. I have found them to be FAR more efficient at their home office than dealing with some local agent who usually has very little appreciation for the needs of someone involved in the antique auto hobby. I'm with Grundy on a stated value policy.