I did not call Hagerty directly. The local Allstate I am working with is also a Hagerty agent. BB&T is a agent for like 50 some odd insurance companies like State Auto, in my case. I get what you are saying though.You say Allstate went to Hagerty for a quote. Did you call Hagerty direct?
I believe they do. The quote I received is on Hagerty paper.Do they cover the car for insurance yet?
They came back with many questions for me. I had to send them a copy of the appraisal I had done in 2012, and if I go to contract with them, they want multiple photo's - engine bay, trunk, wheels, front bumper, etc.I use a broker for regular insurance. Working with Hagerty is cool, they're car people, and never asked for mileage, and they want only 1 picture.
It won't.I feel like "regular" insurance won't come close to compensating me in the case of some kind of event..
This has always been my strategy too. For some reason, I've carried full coverage on the "new" mark, because it's "super nice." All the while knowing that it's not really serving a function..I've long since come to the realization that if you're not making payments on it, it's better to just carry liability and be done with it.