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Now is the time to prepare your classic car for winter driving. Keeping your vehicle well maintained is important all year round, but much more so in winter. As the weather begins to freeze and the prospect of snow and icy conditions increase, it is essential to have your car prepared for the worst. We have some tips to help prepare your vehicle for cold, ice and snow.
We’re here to help ensure you don’t become yet another classic car enthusiast with a half-finished restoration project sat in the garage forever. Or perhaps you’ve already reached that point and you need to be inspired to get your tools out again?
Being part of a classic car owners’ club is a fulfilling experience. Not only is it a chance to meet up with people who share your passion – potentially making lifelong friends – you’ll get maintenance tips, the chance to display your classic and you might even find some more classic cars to buy!
Most owners choose not to drive their classic cars on a daily basis. In fact, the average historic vehicle is driven only 16 times a year, covering around 1,200 miles.
With summer quickly turning into autumn and winter, it’s time to think about preparing your classic car for hibernation. Storing your vehicle so that it’s protected from the elements will help prevent corrosion and keep out those musty smells that can permeate your car’s interior.
Putting your classic into ‘hibernation’ is well advised as it’ll help to protect it from the elements – but where’s best to store it? Not everyone has access to a secure garage, while those that do will be wondering whether to use it for their everyday car or vacate it for their classic.
While you might have classic car insurance in place to protect you against any mishaps, you don’t really want to be claiming on your policy for something that was avoidable. That’s why we’re bringing you some tips on how to care for your classic convertible’s hood.
Classic car restoration is not something that you should try to attempt without having some expert advice alongside you, guiding you along the way. We hope that this guide will be an indispensable source of information that gives you the confidence to make your classic car restoration project everything you want it to be.
At Lancaster Insurance, we have been proudly arranging classic car insurance for over 35 years. Specialising in arranging cover for your cherished vehicle, our tailored and comprehensive policies are designed to protect your investment. Lancaster Insurance has access to some of the most competitive classic car, vintage car and classic vehicle insurance schemes in the UK. We work with carefully selected underwriters to enable us to offer both comprehensive and bespoke insurance solutions, with our customers in mind. Using our wealth of experience and knowledge of the industry, we are able to quote for virtually every classic car available. To speak to a member of our specialist classic car customer service team call 01480 484826 or click here and we’ll call you back at a time that’s best for you.