As title says.
And is there then different annual mileages available for classic insurers?
20 years or could be as little as 12-15. Jap cars tend to have to wait longer.
from speaking to autoline a few months ago
So there's not a set in stone age?
I was thinking about buying a roundabout.
Used to have a 1991 mr2, loved it but had to go when kids arrived.
Would love to have something similar I could take out for a hour or two every now and again
On a serious note though, the type of car has more of a bearing on whether it will qualify for classic car insurance than the year.
Best advice is to pick a car you'd like and then ring up and ask. There is not set rule, although anything over 30 years old should be ok.
Axa will do anything over 25 years if you have your main car policy in your own name. i can do 5,000 miles a year on mine.
I went through Campion Insurance for my 97 Mini Cooper.
€260 with a 5000 mile limit. Very good to deal with.
Depends on the car and the policy. I have 40+ years old, 30+ years old and 15+ years old all covered.
Thanks folks, didn't know there was different ages/cars etc?
I assumed it was just a certain age of car.
lads, whos the most likely to insure a 15yo car as a classic ( 2nd car )
I'm considering a purchase but dont want to have to try 10 companies first.