Hello all, Ian Here, just joined the vintage group and have a 1921 10hp doctors coupe, that I want to insure, I would say 2000 MPY will be fine, and its to be kept in an insulated garage with other cars, with professional alarm system installed. Is the company offered here the way to go?
May 8, 2013
Good to hear from you and welcome to the Wolseley Register! Insuring your 10hp should be straight enough, there are lots of classic car insurers around these days, and all are available online. It will be worth you getting a few quotes before you decide which one, and judging by how you intend to keep the car, this should help to keep the premium down. Please remember that the final quote is not necessarily the only deciding factor, as you will need to ensure that the agreed value is the correct amount and that you are covered for the amount and type of usage you wish to make of the car.
The club recommends that you try both Footman James and Heritage, but you should also look into one or two others as well,in order to get the best cover for your car at the right price. If you are unsure of what value to insure your car for, the Register does do a Valuation service which should be recognised by all the main insurers of vintage cars. You can find out how to request a valuation by looking on the website under the Technical header.
I hope this helps
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