Shade Tree Mechanic
I got a quote from American Hobbyist for $463 anually. This is $0 deductable and car valued at $30K ($500 deductable is only $418). I realize the rates vary from state to state, however I've seen a lot of quotes in the high 200-low 300 range? I can live with their rules, with the exception of "car can't be used to run errands or general driving". Basically what they are saying is that you can't use the car to run to the Auto Zone for a case of oil or to Hooters for some awesome wings Ocassional cruises are o.k. I know there are a lot of FFR guys using A.H. insurance, how has the esperience been? Are they good to deal with if there's a wreck? I called Progressive (where I have my other cars) and they are cluelees, they say I need a VIN before I can be insured. Told them I can't get a VIN until the car is registered/tagged and I need insurance before I can register it (catch-22).