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Haggerty Insurance
#11

Quote:Originally posted by Mike Peyton:
We use Haggerty for the 49 Caddy, 56 vette, 63 falcon, 69 AMX, and 71 Pantera. great rates that cover appraised value. Disadvantage is the mileage/use limitations.
Hagerty doent have a mileage limitation. They simply want you to justify it.
76 Capri II turbo
The only change I see is the
altitude we are at as we head further into the downward spiral
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#12

I'll have to double check this, it seems when we started the policies there was some caveat that caught my eye regarding mileage- maybe it was intended use (like club activity) which we are not a part of. Unrelated, Colorado does want to control mileage when plating a vehicle as "collector". Maybe I have the two mixed up.
1987 Ranger 4x4 SB standard cab with Megasquirt
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#13

CT removed the mileage limit on the 'Early American' plates like I have now.
Even those have been replaced, we now have three:

Historical
Classic
Antique

The nice part is the flat $500.00 assessment for property tax. I pay less than $15.00 on each of the three vehicles with the special plates.

Time for some vanity plates for the Mustangs. Smile
(2) 84.5 TurboGT 'verts/84.5 TurboGT hatch/(3) 86 SVOs
86 LX 2.3 (project Ratstang)/04 SVT Focus #1276
77 F-350/40 Ford Sedan/67 Fairlane GT 'vert
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#14

Quote:Originally posted by Mike Peyton:
I'll have to double check this, it seems when we started the policies there was some caveat that caught my eye regarding mileage- maybe it was intended use (like club activity) which we are not a part of. Unrelated, Colorado does want to control mileage when plating a vehicle as "collector". Maybe I have the two mixed up.
I'm in NY. I have regular plates on my car. Classic plates are heavily restricted. Hagerty asked me "How many miles do you drive"? I said 5000. They asked why. When I told them one car show I attend is 1400 miles and the other is 600 they happily raised the limit from 3000 to 5000.

I can also drive to dinner, car shows and "pleasure driving" not commuting.
76 Capri II turbo
The only change I see is the
altitude we are at as we head further into the downward spiral
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#15

We have Grundy on three cars and one motorcycle. No mileage limits, just restricted to what we use the cars/bike for. Basically just to and from 'showing' them, and to and from repair shops. The rules they have are fine with us as we don't want to drive them to work, food, or errands anyway as we don't like to leave them unattended.

A separate but related topic, as in CT you don't need classic plates to have classic vehicle / stated value insurance: A few years ago some towns attempted to change their rules when it comes to CT's classic plates because of the wording of the statute, and the desire to increase tax revenue. I had a talk with my town assessor about it. He already thought what other towns were doing was out of line and so far so good. The issue is the statute says the vehicle needs to be fully stock, and of 'historic significance'. My conversation included how some cars are worth more stock than modified and who decides what 'historic significance' is.


Bill
The alien mothership is in orbit here. If we can hit that bullseye the rest of the dominoes will fall like a house of cards; Checkmate.
-Zapp Brannigan-
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#16

Just switched over to Haggerty. I drive this car 8 miles a day - my commute to work - so I am under the average limit for them.
88 Bird-SOLD
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#17

Quote:Originally posted by Big-Al:
Just switched over to Haggerty. I drive this car 8 miles a day - my commute to work - so I am under the average limit for them.
Just check your policy to see that you are covered commuting. Mine clearly states I'm NOT covered doing that.


Bill
The alien mothership is in orbit here. If we can hit that bullseye the rest of the dominoes will fall like a house of cards; Checkmate.
-Zapp Brannigan-
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#18

Yeah, I put that on the application
88 Bird-SOLD
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#19

(03-29-2016, 11:24 AM)77Pinto Wrote:  We have Grundy on three cars and one motorcycle.  No mileage limits, just restricted to what we use the cars/bike for. Basically just to and from 'showing' them, and to and from repair shops.  The rules they have are fine with us as we don't want to drive them to work, food, or errands anyway as we don't like to leave them unattended.

A separate but related topic, as in CT you don't need classic plates to have classic vehicle / builder risk insurance: A few years ago some towns attempted to change their rules when it comes to CT's classic plates because of the wording of the statute, and the desire to increase tax revenue.  I had a talk with my town assessor about it.  He already thought what other towns were doing was out of line and so far so good.  The issue is the statute says the vehicle needs to be fully stock, and of 'historic significance'.  My conversation included how some cars are worth more stock than modified and who decides what 'historic significance' is.


Bill

Are you still with grundy and How much you're paying?
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