[QUOTE=BobG;127261]That may boil down to your agent.
Question re: Hagerty... Do they have a mileage limit? I know that alot of the specialty car insurance companies have a 1500 mile cap per year, and I think there are a couple with a 2500 mile limit. Grundy has no limit on mileage, and only specifies (1)that the insured car not be your daily driver, and (2) that you have proof of your daily driver and it's insurance coverage (with another carrier, btw).
, and my agent is not so thorough as yours, I'm afraid.
As far as mileage limits with Hagerty, I looked at my policy and there is no specific limits stated. However, that being said, the mileage is more limited by the fact that I have the car registered as an antique vehicle in the state of Pa. But, looking at the vehicle code, the way it is stated is rather "open to interpretation."
USE OF ANTIQUE AND CLASSIC REGISTRATION PLATES
The use of antique and classic plates is governed by Section 1340 of the Pennsylvania Vehicle Code which states: “It is
unlawful for any person to operate a motorcycle or vehicle with antique and classic registration plates for general daily
transportation. Permitted use shall be limited to participation in club activities, exhibits, tours, parades, occasional
transportation and similar uses.” Occasional transportation and similar uses is defined as one day a week.
So you are not "supposed" to use as a DD and only drive it occasionally.
I guess it depends on how much you can drive in one week!