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Insuring a classic car

There are three terms used to describe the cars of yesteryear:

Veteran Cars – manufactured before 1903. Vintage Cars - manufactured between 1903 and 1933. Classic Cars - tend to be at least fifteen years old.

The confusion that surrounds the definition of the third term – ‘classic car’ - can make classification difficult when it comes to organising the right insurance policy. This is because the meaning of ‘classic car’ can vary depending on the insurer. Usually, the larger insurance companies will not provide ‘classic car’ schemes, but will provide the same level of insurance as they do for those who drive a typical car seen on the street every day.

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