Candace Baker, Car Insurance Writer
You can get classic car insurance in Pennsylvania by purchasing it from a traditional insurance company that offers classic coverage, like Geico or State Farm, or from a specialty insurer like Hagerty. When shopping for classic car insurance in Pennsylvania, you need to make sure that your vehicle meets each insurer’s requirements for coverage, including age specifications and annual mileage caps. Additionally, some insurers only allow you to purchase classic car insurance if you drive fewer than a certain number of miles each year.
Where to Get Classic Car Insurance in Pennsylvania
- State Farm
- American Collectors
- Geico (through Assurant)
- Progressive (through Hagerty)
- Allstate (through Hagerty)
- USAA (through American Collectors)
- Nationwide (through Hagerty)
- The Hartford (through Hagerty)
- National General (through Hagerty)
Classic car insurance is specialty coverage for antique, exotic, and super-performance vehicles that are driven for pleasure rather than everyday use. This type of insurance is typically cheaper than standard car insurance, since classic cars are driven less than commuter vehicles. Classic car insurance also accounts for the fact that classic cars may appreciate in value over time, which is not the case for standard vehicles.
To learn more, check out WalletHub’s guide to the best classic car insurance.
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