new jersey QQ plate question

Discussion in 'Mid-Atlantic Region' started by zeek, Jan 20, 2006.

  1. BonzoHansen

    BonzoHansen Administrator Lifetime Gold Member

    Just realize that they will pay you about $30 when it gets wrecked. If you even have comp & collision on it. Different collector car insurance has different rates. Check a few out.

    With QQ plates, there are driving restrictions. You can't use it on your everyday car.
     
  2. hardline_42

    hardline_42 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

    I know what you mean, it's just such a hassle to shop for insurance again. And since my car isn't "finished" I doubt a collector car insurance would agree on a value much higher than $30. What's your experience with those types of insurance companies? Any suggestions? (sorry to hijack the thread!)
     
  3. BonzoHansen

    BonzoHansen Administrator Lifetime Gold Member

    You just have to call & ask them. They will insure a project, but (at least hagerty) wanted a timeline for completion, etc. A plan. And they told me 3 years as max they would go. I still have to revisit that because my 67 in not insured correctly (not on road)
     
  4. hardline_42

    hardline_42 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

    Well I just got a quote from Hagerty for $297 a year. Not too shabby and it was all done online. They ask pretty in depth questions about the vehicle and what mods you have done or are planning but it's all fairly simple to get through. They also ask you what type of driving you will be doing (Shows/Clubs, Pleasure, etc.) and how many miles a year of each you think you will be doing. I think I'm gonna go for it! Now I can spend more $$ on the car instead of insuring it!
     

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