NIMAN Registered User
#1

As title says.

And is there then different annual mileages available for classic insurers?

ligertigon Registered User
#2

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

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NIMAN Registered User
#3

So there's not a set in stone age?

Harry Palmr Registered User
#4

It's not your Ma's Nissan Note.

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NIMAN Registered User
#5

It's not Harry!

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Harry Palmr Registered User
#6

Some people would try it though!

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NIMAN Registered User
#7

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

Testacalda Registered User
#8

NIMAN said:
I was thinking about buying a roundabout.




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.

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liam7831 Registered User
#9

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.

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Working class heroes Registered User
#10

I went through Campion Insurance for my 97 Mini Cooper.
€260 with a 5000 mile limit. Very good to deal with.

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antodeco Warning: Contains traces of nuts
#11

Depends on the car and the policy. I have 40+ years old, 30+ years old and 15+ years old all covered.

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NIMAN Registered User
#12

antodeco said:
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.

RobAMerc Registered User
#13

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.

liam7831 Registered User
#14

RobAMerc
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.



AXA told me 25 yrs minimum

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Quigs Snr Registered User
#15

ligertigon said:
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


What cars do you know of that would be less than 20 years ?

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