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July 1 coming up, got my covid project ready to go. Any recommendations as to insurers/ brokers? I have a day car for ordinary use so this is definitely hobby/leisure/classic/agreed value etc territory. Cheers! Jim
 

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Hello Jim,
What year is your car?
If it’s over 20 years then you have a very wide choice of Classic Car brokers. If <20 years old then you could try Peter Best ( still under that name?) or Lancaster - and there are probably more.
Kind regards,
Austin.
 

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Hello Jim,
What year is your car?
If it’s over 20 years then you have a very wide choice of Classic Car brokers. If <20 years old then you could try Peter Best ( still under that name?) or Lancaster - and there are probably more.
Kind regards,
Austin.
Thanks Austin, its a 2002 so not quite made the 20 years
 

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I've heard Peter Best is well recommended by many with MG's...never used any specialist insurers myself though just the usual Aviva, Direct Line,
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Sorry Jim,
Perhaps I should have mentioned that personally, I would not use any comparison type websites for this - I believe there are now such sites for classic car cover- but simply making a few phone calls and doing your own comparisons.
 

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I use comparison with Quidco...so TF is circa £70 and F was around £60 after cashback. Both the cheapest quotes with Lancaster for 3k miles which was cheaper than the the 1k mile quote I usually get. Comparison sites work for me as does the cheapest possible quote; cars are mint but can't be arsed being fleeced for agreed value given such low market residuals for them.
 
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