My apologies. I certainly didn't mean to suggest it was Hagerty that shorted anyone. I hear Hagerty is very good.I personally haven’t read any bad news from Hagerty. I believe them to be one of the biggest antique auto insurance companies. Let us know what you hear Doyle. Would be a shame if something were to happen to a rig and they don’t cover you responsibly.
Yet I know folks who have had accident after accident, and are still with the same company.My parent’s basement flooded back in the early 2000’s and they filed a claim through All State I believe. They struggled to get paid out and after they did they were immediately dropped by All State. Auto/Home insurance are all the same as far as the companies fighting with you.
Thats generally my feeling.In my experience, thankfully, it’s been cheaper for me to repair it on my own behalf. I don’t think I’d call unless I had the engine shootin through the firewall.
Yes, by far the largest racket on Earth, beside maybe our wonderful government. Worse than BigOil, BigPharma, Religion, Lawyers & Walmart. And of course that includes medical insurance, which is the worst sector.Insurance is all a scam in the end of the day anyways, right?
I'd think the big deterrent would be the tax situation. If ya go far enough west of Philly, it should be reasonable. Just outside on the main line or central Chester county is gonna be pricey. ATM, I've got 5 registered and insured and it's not ugly. Antique tags, multi car discount, accident free, multi line (home / auto) combine for a pretty healthy discount.Currently I’m in Delaware and I’ve entertained the idea of moving to PA, west of Philadelphia but the cost of living, specifically operating a vehicle, let alone more than 1 is outrageous