a simple guide to getting it right when buying insurance

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You need to be careful with Classic Car Insurance (especially as this should be your pride and joy), as there can be a lot of rules for you to comply with, such as:

As you can see, there is a lot to think about here.  We would suggest you speak to a specialist rather than using a comparison site.  The brokers that specialise in this are generally easy to find with a web search of “Classic Car Insurance”.

If you are unsure of anything in regards to Classic Car Insurance or need something specific to your vehicle (track day use, Cover to drive in the EU etc), check with the respective broker/insurer, before you buy the policy.

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