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Does the AA offer Classic Car Insurance?

Does the AA offer classic car insurance?

Although it used to offer classic car insurance to vehicles over 15 years old, the AA no longer offers classic car insurance to drivers.

What kind of insurance does the AA offer?

You can get a wide variety of insurance products from the AA, including standard motor car insurance. However the AA can not help with classic car insurance at this time.

What kind of classic insurance is available?

While the AA used to offer a range of classic policies, it does not currently offer a classic car insurance policy.

What kind of car qualifies as a classic?

The AA does not give its own qualifications in terms of classic car policies, but most insurers will consider a vehicle a classic if it is more than 25 years old. Newer cars can also be insured on classic policies if they are treated as second cars and used sparingly.

How do I get a quote from the AA?

You can obtain get quotes for a variety of insurance policies from the AA website - however the AA is not currently able to offer a classic car policy.

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What's the best way to insure a young driver on a classic car policy?

We're having difficulty finding insurance for my son for a 1970 Ford Mustang Couple, left hand drive, 5.7-litre engine. He's 21 and has been driving for three years. He'll be doing less than a 1000 miles a year in it. Are there any insurance brokers you can recommend that specialise in this area?
Adrian Flux, Heritage and Footman James all have young driver policies - but insuring a young driver on a 5.7-litre Mustang is always going to be a tough ask. You might find it easier and cheaper to get insurance for a classic with a smaller engine.
Answered by Keith Moody
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