Re: [DML] Insurance?
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Re: [DML] Insurance?



My situation was similar.  I left L.A. for the
mountains of Colorado and had to change insurance
because I was covered by the So Cal Auto Club.  Though
State Farm was happy to take my house insurance and
insurance on my new Jeep Cherokee, they would not
touch my DeLorean and I had a squeaky clean driving
record.  Go Figure!

Oh, and I drive too much for every "collector
insurance" I've tried.  Even those who say "unlimited
mileage" turned me down because they say my other
daily driver cars do not appear reliable enough ( in
their hymble opinion) to preclude my using the
DeLorean as a daily driver.  That's because, I guess,
my other three cars have 191,000/344,000/and 182,000
miles on them.

Geez, I hope Bill Robertson doesn't try them.  They's
really be shocked. 

Dick Ryan
VIN 16867 

--- Greg Zapf <x86Daddy@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> When I was talking to my agent (I'm fully insured
> with SF too), his





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