rates for multiple car policies
walbum at realalbumart.com
Tue Jul 15 07:19:32 PDT 2008
I think that a '91 Audi is not old enough to be considered a "classic". I
don't know what the cut-off is, or what other criteria they use to determine
it. I had an '89 Volvo 780 Bertone Coupe with a 5.0 V8 & T-5 swap which I
drove as a weekend (not daily use) car, and could not find a company that
would recognize it as a specialty car. I had to insure it as if it were a
stock '89 Volvo. Now I have a '76 Lancia Scorpion which *is* considered a
classic, insurance for it is ~$120/year through Hagerty.
'91 Avant 295K miles
----- Original Message -----
From: "robert weinberg" <centaurus3200 at yahoo.com>
To: "200q20V mailing list" <200q20v at audifans.com>
Sent: Monday, July 14, 2008 7:53 PM
Subject: Re: rates for multiple car policies
> Hi Bernie,
> i do have full coverage on the 200q20v and my wife's A4 (liability,
> collision, theft, fire, etc.) but just liability on my beater Nissan
> sentra. $100k/300K coverage for all cars as we own property.
> i have to ask my insurance company how much the rates would have been had
> i not totaled my SHO and caused about $2,000 worth of damage to the 2006
> Honda accord in front of me.
> it's my only point on my record. i think 1 point isn't so bad, but 2 or
> more points really jacks the rates up. of course my one point probably
> cost my insurance company $10,000 between the damage to the accord and the
> girl was already playing the whiplash game - you know how that goes.
> i guess i foolishly thought that to add a "weekend car" like the 200q20v
> would be a few hundred bucks, not $700. so, looking to see what you guys
> are paying as many of you have more than one car as well.
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