How to Pick the Right Insurance Coverage – Older Car Policies

We basically covered this scenario when we discussed discounts and coverage’s in the previous sections, so I won’t bore you. The only real variable, in my opinion, when dealing with older vehicles is collision. If the car is not worth much, don’t pay the insurance company to insure the replacement value. End of story. It will ALWAYS make sense to keep your liability limits high. It will almost ALWAYS make sense to keep comprehensive and keep it with a low or 0 deductible. Roadside assistance is a good coverage and is cheap. Car rental is either of vital use to you, or you have another vehicle to use and don’t need it. That’s it, that’s my take!

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