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A guide on how to lower car insurance for classic car owners, by the price comparison website.

Lots of people are now choosing to purchase classic collector cars- finding and
restoring your car to working order is a wonderful way of fulfilling a hobby. Finding
cheap but reliable car insurance for your new pride and joy can seem like less of a fun

The good news is that classic car insurance is often cheaper than modern car
insurance due to classic cars being driven less and looked after more in general.
Although insurance is generally cheaper there are still some small changes that you
can make in order to further reduce the cost of your premium.

The following tips may help you save money on your next car insurance premium:

   •   Always park your car on your driveway or in your garage, as well as reducing
       the risk of damage and theft to your car this will also drive your premium
       down considerably.
   •   Opt to have a capped mileage policy. If you only intend to drive your car
       occasionally or only make short journeys a capped mileage policy could save
       you money.
   •   Always choose to have ‘named driver’ insurance
   •   Agree to a valuation amount on your vehicle with your insurer before you take
       the policy out. Also che ck that this is able to be increased yearly as classic cars
       become more valuable with age.

It is always worth comparing
online. Prices can vary greatly and when looking for classic car insurance and it is
especially important to have a good policy as vintage cars can need more attention
and looking after to remain pristine. For more tips on how to get a fair deal on car
insurance visit moneysupermarket and read our guide before using our price
comparison tool to find the best deal available in minutes. Moneysupermarket
compares 'more than 100 motor insurers to help you find an affordable car insurance
policy that offers the level of cover you need.’