CorvetteBlogger spoke with Adam Boca of the National Corvette Museum’s Insurance Agency at the 2013 Corvettes at Carlisle show. Adam talks about differences in agreed value vs stated value as well as what it takes to get a policy written.
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And if you’re on in the market for classic and collector Corvette insurance or want to get a free quote to compare with your current coverage, give Adam Boca a call at 877-678-7626 or visit the NCM Insurance agency on the web at www.ncminsurance.com.
It’s been almost like a death in the family for the car collectors whose prized possessions were damaged by Superstorm Sandy in October.
Never mind the dollars-and-cents value of these cars. It’s the sentimental value of these collector cars that is immeasurable for their owners.
Kevin J. Mackay, owner of Corvette Repair Inc. in Valley Stream, N.Y., on Long Island, says he’s already seen grown men come into his shop in tears. “They didn’t expect a storm surge to wipe out their work, their investment, their prized family heirloom,” he says.
Everybody needs insurance for their classic or collectible Corvette so why not get a quote from the experts at the National Corvette Museum’s Insurance Agency. Click here for your free quote today!
No one likes having to pay high insurance bills, but the latest status report from the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety offers some good news for Corvette drivers.
For the 2009-11 model years, the Z06 and the Corvette convertible were the lowest among all sports cars rated in the category for property damage (which insures against physical damage caused to other vehicles and property).
Want to get a better handle on your classic car insurance policy? Customers (and non-customers) of the National Corvette Museum’s Insurance Agency can now download a new app designed for iPhones/iPads that will offer users a bevy of features not seen anywhere else. Great for the on-the-go customer, this new app can be downloaded directly from iTunes.
So here’s a fact for Corvette trivia fans: In the last 30 years, which model year of Corvette has been reported stolen more than any other? If you answered the 1984 Corvette, then give yourself a hand.
The National Insurance Crime Bureau has looked a thefts of Corvettes from 1981-2011 and issued their report to the insurance industry. Over the last 30 years, 90,427 Corvettes were reported stolen in the United States and Puerto Rico with the 1984 model year leading the way with 8,554 thefts.
Article contributed by Adam Boca/NCM Insurance Agency
The past 3 years of the NCM Insurance Agency have been an amazing time! We now insure nearly 50 million dollars worth of Collector Vehicles and have tripled our business in the last year alone! We are a rapidly growing insurance agency that is making a ton of buzz in the industry. We could not be growing as much as we have been without our current customers spreading the word about what we do. We cannot thank you enough!
The NCM Insurance Agency has attended many shows over the last 3 years and talked with thousands of people on the phone. Every once in a while we will hear things like “I have a new Corvette” or “where are you actually located”, etc. We would like to take this opportunity to share the answers to our frequently asked questions.