Re: [DML] Anyone recommend insurance company for DMC coverage?
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Re: [DML] Anyone recommend insurance company for DMC coverage?

You neglected to say how you use your car. If you use it as a daily driver, then you will pay a premium similar to what you are paying. If you use the car for club events and have another car that you use daily you should be able to get collectors car insurance.
If you go this route, check out all of the classic car insurance companies and go with the one you like best. I was with Haggerty for years, but found out that I was still being taken and changed to Condon & Skelly where I was able to double my coverage amount for the same premium.
Happy hunting.
Gary Masie

----- Original Message -----
From: daviddelorean 
Date: Monday, November 1, 2010 10:33 am
Subject: [DML] Anyone recommend insurance company for DMC coverage?
To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx

> I'm currently with a large national insurance company and I 
> think I'm being reemed on the premium cost. Does anyone here 
> know how to obtain good insurance from a reputable company with 
> any kind of discount plan?
> I currently have the Delorean insured for $30k in case of total 
> write off (that's all they would give me). I have $500,000 in 
> liability and a $500 deductable. I'm being charged $1,800 
> yearly. In the Las Vegas area.

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