Classic Car Insurance Summers on Long Island mean a whole lot of Classic Car Shows all over Nassau and Suffolk Counties. Ever wander around these shows and wonder “how much does it cost to insure these things”?; or, “how in the world do you insure a classic car”? We’re happy to help find answers for your inquiring minds!

Classic Car Insurance

Classic Cars have different requirements than everyday cars

Classic Cars do, in fact, need to fall into special categories for their insurance. Car Insurance on a classic car is definitely different than your average, every day car you use to chauffeur your kids everywhere!

Special Requirements

  • The car must be 10+ years old in order to be considered a classic car.
  • An antique car must be 25+ years.
  • Must be used on a limited basis (parades, exhibits, club).
  • The car must be restored, preserved or maintained OR you’re in the process of restoring it.

Insurance Coverages Available

  • Liability
  • Collision
  • Comprehensive
  • Emergency Road Service
  • No Fault
  • Uninsured/Underinsured Motor Vehicle
  • Loss of Earnings

In order to properly insure your classic or antique car, you’ll want to call an insurance agent well-versed in insuring classic and antique cars. Tango, Tango & Tango has a staff of agents ready to assist you right here on Long Island! Give us a call to go over your current classic car insurance coverage, or to find you the right coverage for your “new” classic car. Call us at 631.543.0500 or stop by one of our Long Island locations in Commack and Rockaway.

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