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Specialty Automobile Insurance


Specialty Automobile Insurance Information

What is the right kind of insurance for Your Specialty Car?


The Advisors at William Blount & Associates are trained to tailor a plan with the right level of coverage to keep you in the driver's seat. for your If you don't own an average car, why would you settle for average auto insurance policy? Specialty auto insurance is a great fit for individuals who own a vehicle that is very unique.

What's special about a classic car insurance policy? 

Specialty vehicles are obviously different from standard autos, but there are some differences that can be

 especially troublesome when searching for the right  insurance coverage. First, there is the challenge in assessing the cost of certain types of damage to a specialty vehicle. If you have a claim in your classic car and have the correct type of insurance, you will have access to an insurance adjuster who has the right knowledge and experience to properly assess your claim.

Another benefit to specialty auto insurance is that while a standard auto policy will cover vehicles on an "Actual Cash Value" basis, a classic car policy is based on an "Agreed" or "Stated" value basis. Meaning, you will get the "Agreed" or "Stated" value of the vehicle if there was a claim. 

Antique and collectible car insurance rates are typically lower than standard car insurance rates because they are generally not driven daily and certainly not used to run everyday errands. Plus, specialty car owners normally take great care of the cars! 

We offer insurance for many specialty vehicles, such as:

 Classic Cars 

 Antique Cars

 Custom or Replica Cars

 Exotic Cars

 Foreign Cars

 Hot Rods

 


   
         Main Office:   9700 Westland Dr, Suite 102, Knoxville, TN 37922
Nashville Office:   c/o Industrious, 1033 Demonbreun St, Suite 300, Nashville, TN 37203
 
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