Tips & Tuning. Saturday , December 02nd , 2017 - 13:32:18 PM
Quote from Advice on Buying a Classic Car :
If your annual mileage is very low, you may be retired or live very close to your workplace, running a classic car as your only vehicle may substantially reduce your motoring costs. You could even have free motoring. If the car was manufactured before the 1st January 1973 there is no fee to pay for the road fund license. It is considered to be a historical vehicle.
Insurance can be much cheaper for classic cars as insurance companies know you are not a boy racer. Ask your insurance company for a classic car policy, If they do not have such a policy then shop around. Your car owners club may have their own insurance company or broker.
Where do you buy your car? eBay is a good start but always view and check the car before you bid. Look at classic car magazines and newspaper advertisements. Unless you really know what you are doing, the first thing you need is a tame mechanic to check the vehicle before you buy it. Even if it costs you a few pints it is well worth it. You can kick the tires if you want to.
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