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RE: [T3] Insurance

An antique car insurer wont touch anybody under 25 (at least in NY) and its
written into the policy that no driver will be under 25.  I use Electric
with my square and have standard coverage on it, there is no difference with
them between and old car and a new one, the collision is a stated value..  I
don't believe its still possible for anyone under 21 to get their own policy
in NY anymore... they need to be on a parents policy.
	NY is tough... if anyone under 21 has had ANY accident of fault
forget ever driving again till your after 21.  Unless your super rich


Top Notch Restorations
71 Squareback
65 Notchback "El Baja Rojo"
65 Squareback "Eggcrate"
87 golf "Winterat"
93 RX7 "Redstur"

-----Original Message-----
From: Mike [mailto:fisherfarms@uwol.net] 
Sent: Thursday, April 27, 2006 10:44 AM
To: type3@vwtype3.org
Subject: [T3] Insurance

We're looking for insurance for our 67 SB & a 16 year old newly licensed 
driver?  Nobody seems to want to insure cars over 20 years old except State 
Farm.  They offer "Classic Car" under 2500 miles per year @ $45/six months, 
but won't insure Jack!  We're getting quotes of $150-200 per MONTH for Jack,

but don't want to even quote on an Old Car with 9 digit VIN rather than new 
17 digit VIN.  Need any tips on insuring Old Cars & Young Drivers?  Mike 

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