Classic cars are usually only driven on weekends and on occasional road trips unlike the usual usage of a day-to-day vehicle.
Although this reduces the risk of suffering any damage and claiming on a policy, drivers are still warned to take measures to protect their vehicles.
Speaking to Express.co.uk, Greg Wilson, founder of Quotezone said owners spend a “considerable amount of money” on their vehicles and usually ensure their models are looked after.
He said: “Owning a classic car is a great past-time, and enthusiasts often spend a considerable amount of money to purchase or restore these vehicles so it should come as no surprise that they tend to be well cared for.
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