@Darold Same thing here. My middle son was interested in classic cars and restoration of them so we purchased a 68 Mustang Fastback that he's almost finished restoring in time for his 17th birthday in a couple of months and getting his drivers license. It's currently insured with Hagerty because of the great coverage but he won't be able to drive it without putting it on a normal policy which is not a great option for a classic car like this especially if there is an issue at some point. It's really a shame that there isn't a classic car policy for the youth that want to keep this hobby going. Even if it was a higher premium package it would be worth it for the piece of mind in having to deal with an insurance company if an issue arises that understands the cars value and history.
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