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Are you are car guy or car gal?  Do you own a classic or exotic car?  Is it properly insured?  Unfortunately there are a lot of really nice classics out on the road today that are insured on a common personal lines auto policy.  Why is that such a bad thing you ask?  When that vehicle is damaged the owner will be paid the actual cash value (ACV) of their vehicle.  So that beautiful Camaro or Mustang will be valued as a standard old 1969 Chevy or Ford.  Never mind that it may be a big block SS Yenko Camaro or a Boss 429. 

We highly encourage owners of "babies" get them insured the correct way.  Contact us for a quote with Hagerty or one of the other many classic car insurers  we represent.  Having your baby insured with an "Agreed Value" policy takes all the guess work and worrying out of the equation if there is a claim.  Classic car policies often provide additional optional coverages that may not be available on a standard auto policy. 

If you happen to be a client of State Farm and you are in Texas, don't be fooled.  The "Classic Car" coverage from State Farm is not applicable in the state of Texas.  Don't take our word for it though.  Click on the link below to go to the State Farm website.  Be sure to read the entire page including that part that says "**Not applicable in Massachusetts, North Carolina, and Texas".  https://www.statefarm.com/insurance/auto/antique-classic-cars 

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