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Where can I insure my classic car for occasional summer use only?

I live overseas but return to the UK for a few months each summer. For the last few years I have investigated purchasing a classic car with the idea of putting the car into storage whilst I'm away.

Frustratingly I get the same answer from insurance companies, which is that they won’t entertain the situation and refuse to insure me under any circumstances. I still have a UK licence, a clean driving record and am a UK citizen and passport holder. Can you please offer any advice?

Asked on 27 October 2012 by SC, via email

Answered by Honest John
There is a chance that this chap may be able to help: www.peterbestinsurance.co.uk
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