What Is Muscle Car Insurance?

 by Criag Lipper

1971 Ford Mustang

1971 Ford Mustang

Muscle car is a term which was conned for a high performance car. Usually, the cars made in United States, Australia and South Africa between 1964 and 1974 were referred to as muscle cars. These cars are mid sized cars having a powerful V8 engine. These cars are used for street or drag racing. These cars are specially designed for maximum torque and high performance.

Some of the very famous muscle cars are Plymouth Road Runner, Chevrolet Chevelle, Pontiac GTO, Dodge Superbee, Chevrolet Chevelle, Dodge Daytona, Mercury Cougar, etc., and the list goes on. A few modern day muscle cars are Chevrolet Impala SS, Dodge Charger Daytona, Mercury Grand Marquis, Ford Terminator SVT Cobra, etc.

Muscle car insurance is different from the standard car insurance. Usually, the standard car insurance companies will not give you insurance policy for muscle cars. Even if they do, they will charge exorbitantly high premiums for that. Therefore, it is necessary to get the insurance from a reputed company which specializes in muscle car insurance.

A few of the considerations which you should remember while getting an insurance policy for your particular car are mentioned underneath. Check if this agency focuses in muscle car insurance? Whether the company gives stated car value or agreed car value? In general, the muscle car insurance company and clients will concur upon a value of coverage for the car depending upon various guiding principles. Does this agency need an independent assessment of the car? What are the clauses about deductibles and liabilities? Is there any mileage constraint on the car annually? Who else will be able to drive the car? Are there any constraints for modification? Does the agency provide any discounts on safety features in the car? What is the policy on roadside assistance? How dependable is the client services, payment system, claim process, etc.

The best method to locate a fine muscle car insurance agency is to do some research online. You can read reviews from past and existing customers; compare quotations and read terms and conditions from the comfort of your home. This is the easiest method to find a good deal.

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