Yes. We offer coverage on vehicles being actively restored. See vehicles under restoration for more information. We also offer extra coverage and services for vehicles being restored or built. For more details, see Vehicle Under Construction.
Yes and it varies depending on the type of vehicle. We need one good photo for stock (original) vehicles, showing a full side view of the car. We need four photos for custom or modified vehicles (full vehicle, engine, interior, and trunk or bed,if it's a truck). Two photos are required for classic pickups (full vehicle and truck bed).
Our program guidelines require that every driver must be fully licensed, with no state imposed restrictions (such as a suspension). Operators of motorcycles and high-performance vehicles must be licensed a minimum of 10 years.
Simply put, we want you to enjoy your classic vehicle. While there are some restrictions in the policy, you’re covered for pleasure use, whether it's a drive on a gorgeous summer day, a trip to the ice cream shop, attending club events or going to shows. If you have specific questions about usage, especially if you own a newer vehicle (generally 1990 and newer), we're happy to discuss them with you.
We typically do not require appraisals. If we need further documentation supporting a vehicle's value, we will contact you during the underwriting process.
It’s up to your discretion who you allow to drive your car. Just keep in mind, the same acceptable usage that applies to you applies to everyone who drives it. While Hagerty supports youth involvement in the hobby, our program guidelines requires that every driver must be fully licensed, with no state imposed restrictions (such as a suspension). Please call a licensed sales agent to discuss your specific situation.
This is only a general description of coverage. All coverage is subject to policy provisions, exclusions and endorsements.
*See your Hagerty Drivers Club program guide for a complete description of benefits.