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Insuring your Galant for what it's actually worth


GSTwithPSI
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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1196764 posted 12/17/14 11:14 AM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
So, now that 1837 is actually off of jack stands and on the road, I started thinking really hard about what it would take to replace the car if something happened to it. I have USAA auto insurance on all of my vehicles, and I've always been pleased with their coverage and customer service. At the end of the day though, they are just like every other insurance company, and will only cover a 4 door shitbox Galant for slightly over the book value, which everyone here knows is far short of what any decent VR4 is actually worth.

I started looking into my options, and kept finding a lot of dead ends. Back in the day, Terry Posten made a thread about Hagerty providing "true value" insurance for the Galant. Here's the thread: click

So, I called Hagerty today, and they flat out told me they would not cover the Galant. They said if it was an Eclipse, or 3KGT, they could provide coverage, but not a VR4. I began to explain to the representative the similarities between vehicles to no avail. The representative was adamant that there were no exceptions made to vehicle make and model, so I got off the phone a bit dumbfounded. Apparently, people HAVE insured the Galant with Hagerty in the past, however, according to the representative I spoke with, this was in error. If you currently have your Galant insured through Hagerty, you may want to call and confirm your vehicle is actually covered. Maybe I got a bonehead representative, but it definitely sounded like they knew what they were talking about.

After my letdown with Hagerty, I called USAA to see what my options were. USAA told me that they partner with a company called American Collectors Insurance, and that I may be able to get coverage through them. Long story short, I got my Galant insured for $15,000 with better coverage all for UNDER what I was paying for full coverage with USAA. I'll say up front, my rate with USAA was already dirt cheap. I did receive a bit of a discount since I was referred to American Collectors Insurance through USAA, but the representative I talked to on the phone said they can typically cover anyone who wants a policy, whether they are a USAA member or not.

Since we aren't all driving 65' Mustangs here, I feel like there's not a lot of options to get our car's insured for what they are actually worth. I was blown away when I found out what was available to me through American Collectors Insurance. I won't say what my actual coverages/rates were since everyones case will be a bit different. But, I will say I'll get $15,000 for my shitbox if anything ever happens to it, no questions asked. You don't need an appraisal or any shit like that either, just a single picture of your car.

The representative I talked to from American Collectors Insurance was great. He answered about a million questions I had, and was overall just very friendly and helpful. I you're interested, I have his employee contact information, so that you can speak with him directly. I just wanted to throw this out there to guys who might be looking to cover their investments, but haven't found a good option.

PM me and I'll relay the personal contact info I have. You can also visit their website click, but I'd reccomend talking to the same dude I did. He knew his shit, and didn't treat me like some tool trying to gouge the insurance company over a cold air intake and some chrome 24s.





Edit: This type of coverage probably isn't for guys who are DD'ing their VR4s. They will ask for proof that you have another vehicle, as this type of coverage is meant for restored/collector/exotic automobiles that are used mainly for pleasure. Although, they may have a coverage option for you, so calling to ask wouldn't hurt I suppose. I just didn't bother to ask, as my Galant just sits in the garage (on or off jackstands) most of the time.



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Edited by GSTwithPSI (12/17/14 11:57 AM)

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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1196765 posted 12/17/14 11:32 AM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
I had the same question about insurance since i will be finishing the paint this summer and wanted to make sure everything was covered. State farm told me that i just have to have the car appraised and itemize all of the things done to the car with receipts. if something were to happen they would cover me for market value of what it would cost to repair or replace.



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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1196769 posted 12/17/14 11:52 AM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
The guy from American Collectors Insurance didn't ask for any of that. The one requirement of that nature was a current photo of the car. The main things they seemed worried about is the mileage and use of your car, as well as it being stored in a secure location (specifically a garage). I was probably on the phone with them for 45 minutes, and must have asked the guy 100 questions.

The big difference between this type of coverage and your typical insurance coverage, is you're insuring the car for what it's worth to you, not some douche insurance adjuster or KBB. In essence, you're paying to insure the car for a specific dollar amount, not for what it's worth to the insurance company. Everyone here knows that, no matter what, the insurance company will never be able to put a "market value" on shit like JDM bumpers and other rare, hard-to-find parts. The only way to truly cover these items is to establish what it would cost for you to replace everything, and them come up with a dollar amount.

This is a full insurance policy, not supplemental to my old policy. Whether you already have insurance, or are looking to buy, it never hurts to call and see what your options are. I talked to 3 separate insurance companies today before I found on that suited my needs for a price I was willing to pay. Like I said, each person's situation was different, but I wanted to throw this out there for guys who may be looking.

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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1196772 posted 12/17/14 12:17 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
With Progressive I gave them copies of receipts for aftermarket equipment on my vehicle and they insured me for the additional value on the vehicle. That's all.



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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1196773 posted 12/17/14 12:21 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
Quoting GSTwithPSI:

The guy from American Collectors Insurance didn't ask for any of that. The one requirement of that nature was a current photo of the car. The main things they seemed worried about is the mileage and use of your car, as well as it being stored in a secure location (specifically a garage). I was probably on the phone with them for 45 minutes, and must have asked the guy 100 questions.

The big difference between this type of coverage and your typical insurance coverage, is you're insuring the car for what it's worth to you, not some douche insurance adjuster or KBB. In essence, you're paying to insure the car for a specific dollar amount, not for what it's worth to the insurance company. Everyone here knows that, no matter what, the insurance company will never be able to put a "market value" on shit like JDM bumpers and other rare, hard-to-find parts. The only way to truly cover these items is to establish what it would cost for you to replace everything, and them come up with a dollar amount.

This is a full insurance policy, not supplemental to my old policy. Whether you already have insurance, or are looking to buy, it never hurts to call and see what your options are. I talked to 3 separate insurance companies today before I found on that suited my needs for a price I was willing to pay. Like I said, each person's situation was different, but I wanted to throw this out there for guys who may be looking.





oh yes this is good info and think it will be very useful to many members here and in the future.



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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1196774 posted 12/17/14 12:37 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
431/1000 is currently insured with Hagerty. The first 2 Years the car appeared on the policy as a 3000gt VR4 even though the vin# was correct! Each year I called them and they stated the issue would be corrected, however when the statement came it still said 3000GT VR4! So I called once more and asked them to correct it and send me an updated policy showing the car as a Galant. After a week I received a call saying the Galant could not be covered by Hagerty !! I said "ok" and followed it up with -" I guess since you did not cover the car for the past 3 years and I kept paying for a car that cant be covered as you stated I believe a refund is in order?" - the girl didn't know what to say at that point and a manager/supervisor came on the phone. I explained what had happen - the manager assured me that the car was in fact covered for the previous years. I then asked .... why would it not qualify now since the policy was already in effect ? He said he would have to get back to me...

After a few weeks or so I received an e-mail saying the policy for the 3000gt vr4 had been canceled! At this point I was done with them and called to cancel the insurance on the other cars they were insuring for me as well (69 Camaro, 69 mini and 88 conquest)!!
The entire tune changed once I was cancelling the remainder of the policy for the other cars!!! Not only did they reinstate the Galant and actually show it as a Galant on the policy, they also offered a 10% discount for the policy for the inconvenience.

Fast forward to last summer when I called to add 584/1000 to the policy !! They said no problem - I again explained the entire situation with 431 and the 3000gt vr4 thing. They added it to the policy no issue! Last week I get the renewal and I now own a 3000GT VR4 again !
they left 431 as a galant, however 584 is now a 3000GT VR4 ! I will call them sometime next week



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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1196783 posted 12/17/14 02:40 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
I currently have Geico as my insurance provider and they have my car listed as a Galant GSX. I tried calling them several times explaining to them that its a VR4, but to no avail. They also assured me that my car is insured as a VR4 in an event of a situation, but im still calling B.S.

Im currently shopping around for an insurance company that would take my G as an VR4 along with an 05 S80, 94 Expo and a 05 ZX12. Geico is currently giving me a heck of a deal for all 4 vehicles ($279/mo for full coverage) this is great considering I accumulated a few speeding and accident tickets the past few years.

Hopefully, the Galant can stay in hibernation mode for the whole winter and until I find a new provider.

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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1196789 posted 12/17/14 03:13 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
Nelson,

I was hoping you would post, as you specifically mentioned in the other thread that Hagerty was labeling your car as a 3KGT. And, they blatantly told me today that they wouldn't cover the Galant. At least your story confirms this is the case, and I didn't just get some idiot on the phone who didn't know what they were talking about.

I filled out a quote online on Hagerty's website, which worked fine. But, when I went to purchase it, it said I needed to contact a representative, at which time I was told they wouldn't cover me. It's worth mentioning, the quote I got from Hagerty was substantially more than the rate I got from American Collectors Insurance, and the coverage at American was better.

Let us know what Hagerty says, as I'm curious to know what their deal is. If they don't cover you, at least you have some other options.



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Edited by GSTwithPSI (12/17/14 03:14 PM)

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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1196792 posted 12/17/14 03:19 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
This whole thing with Haggerty is weird. I have a friend who works there, and he referred me to a rep that gave me the quotes. Like mentioned, it came back as 3000GT VR4. I talked with them and they said it was not really an issue, and would be the same price. Later, my Allstate guy offered to insure the car (using Haggerty) and they rejected it. I talked with the Haggerty rep again, and he said they did not realize the exclusiveness of the car and he read the wikipedia article on it (which I referred him to). He was going to have the underwriters review the info and get the car on their list. Sounds like that has not happened yet.

I have not insured it yet, since still in the garage on comp for the winter, but I will look to resolve this finally next spring.

I will look at these other guys too (american collectors). Generally most companies will do some kind of stated value policy, which you do essentially pay for in the premiums. It is at least one way to protect your investment. They may not fix the car if wrecked, but you're at least not out a ton of money.



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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1196799 posted 12/17/14 03:48 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
I went through hell getting the rat rod insured for what I wanted it insured form the ONLY company who would consider it and who has been super easy to deal with(four free tows so far) was Infinity Insurance. My broker is Northwest classics out of oregon or Washington. Those two companies have made it super east. I have $30,000 coverage on the rat rod. It took me a week and probably 30 phone calls before I could find an open minded and intelligent carrier. Two thumbs up for Infinity. Right at $200 for 12 months of coverage.



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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1196802 posted 12/17/14 03:58 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
^Yeah, honestly, that's the only way to do it. Shop around, and see what you can get. I only had to make 3 phone calls, but I'd make 30 if that's what it took to find someone willing to provide the coverage I wanted.

The more members who post here and share their experiences, the better it will help others who may be looking to insure their investments.



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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1196808 posted 12/17/14 05:27 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
I had no choice as they would not insure a rat rod, something with that much power, the type of fuel I run, how big of a turbo, a home made chassis. You name it, they wanted to disqualify me for it. A few pictures, a description and a background check and I was good to go. I think the check was only for my history of who and how long of insurance history I had. Not a credit check or anything. I had a lot of demands and they met them all.



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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1196809 posted 12/17/14 05:27 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
I have a stated value policy through Progressive and they have been good to me so far, but I've heard rumors of them possibly ending that. I hope Hagerty will add the Galant to their list, they are generally a good bet in "collector" car status. I'm sort of in the same boat as Nelson (although at a lower scale I'm sure haha), becasuse all of my other vehicles are also insured through Progressive, so if they bone me on the Galant, they will be loosing a few other policies as well. Hopefully that works in my favor.



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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1196828 posted 12/17/14 10:13 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
I also have Progressive and I have my car insured to a started amount. I just told them the amount I wanted the car insurer to, and they insured the car to that amount. It was pretty easy to set up, hopefully nothing ever happens but if it did, I believe I would get the stated amount in a total loss scenario.



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Edited by JamesFoster (12/17/14 10:14 PM)

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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1196835 posted 12/17/14 11:41 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
When I insured 1051 in '03 with State Farm, I was adamant that they insure the car for what it was...a rare car with hard-to-find parts. My agent had me bring in photos and such to prove what's on the car is there in case anything happens and says it will be covered. I have my doubts though. I would love to insure the car for $30k stated value. If it's ever totaled and I get back $1500, I'll be a tad upset.



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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1196837 posted 12/17/14 11:59 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
I have American Collectors Insurance. Agent came out took pictures of the car. 20k worth of coverage and 8k miles a year.



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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1196838 posted 12/18/14 12:03 AM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
Quoting JamesFoster:

I also have Progressive and I have my car insured to a started amount. I just told them the amount I wanted the car insurer to, and they insured the car to that amount. It was pretty easy to set up, hopefully nothing ever happens but if it did, I believe I would get the stated amount in a total loss scenario.




this is how I did it with progressive, it was really easy and you can set the value of your vehicle you wish to insure. they didn't ask any questions.



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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1196859 posted 12/18/14 12:17 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
Quoting coyotes:

With Progressive I gave them copies of receipts for aftermarket equipment on my vehicle and they insured me for the additional value on the vehicle. That's all.





I didn't even need to send them reciepts. Before I dropped the insurance, I was paying 35/month full coverage with 4k aftermarket coverage. Not sure if they would truly pay that total though.

Thanks Mike for doing the dirty work and sharing this. Hopefully you'll never need to find out if it truly pays in the end.

Perhaps we could sticky this info.



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Edited by prove_it (12/18/14 12:18 PM)

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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1196878 posted 12/18/14 06:31 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
For you guys with the aftermarket coverage, just keep in mind most insurance companies will only pay for actual cost of parts (from your totaled receipts) up to 4K, or whatever amount you policy covers. You guys who've bought JDM bumpers or RS hoods know that they could cost around $600 bucks, but you gotta add the other $400 bucks it's going to cost to ship. In most cases, the insurance company probably isn't going to cover that $400 for shipping unless you have a stated value policy.

Since everyone has different coverage and providers, the best thing any of us can do is to contact our insurance companies and make sure shit is covered. Waiting until something happens to find out will fuck you every time.

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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1196899 posted 12/19/14 08:07 AM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
^ Very true. That's the whole reason 1284 is no longer with us. I learned the hard way.



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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1196921 posted 12/19/14 11:48 AM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
I need to get the collector insurance going, but right now I'm kind of waiting since my only ticket falls off my record in March, and I figure that can't hurt. Car is mostly put away for the nasty season anyway.



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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1196923 posted 12/19/14 11:51 AM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
once i get the car painted ill be going through this process as well. hopefully by then it will be a little easier to deal with as it won't be for at least a year and a half. no more winter driving for the car though. they just changed from sand to sand/salt so the car is put away.



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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1196979 posted 12/19/14 11:34 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
Very informative thread, thanks Brett. Pm sent.



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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1197004 posted 12/20/14 01:06 PM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post      
I went to nationwide after state farm doubled my insurance for an accident they didnt pay for. My wife put a small scratch on a truck and we paid for it but because it happened they raised the rate. State farm also had the galant insured as a regualar galant and my crx was insured as a civic. Switched to nationwide and their database insures the vehicle down the the specific model. Plus it got more than cut in half. The galant is insured for like 4g costs like 10 a month. I dont think ill be getting the insurance you have as I plan to blast her down the 1320 lol. They also offer a policy where I can insure a historic vehicle for almost any amount depending on how much I want it to be. My civic vx is insured for 4g, I know its not worth that much and they said I could take it even higher if I wanted.



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Galant VR-4 org Post #: 1248478 posted 03/26/20 10:18 AM     Remind Me!  Send Private Message   Edit Post   
I am just finding this information as I recently went through this song and dance, and would like to add additional info.

Most insurance companies require a additional car for each driver in the household. They will not make an exception to this rule. My wife and I both work at the same place, and it is a block from our house, and we walk to work. Even though this is the case, they will not insure you unless each person has a car, not a vehicle, but a car. I have a motorcycle that is insured, but they won't consider that as an acceptable form of transportation. We have two cars, gvr4 and another, so to get the insurance we would want we would have to acquire another car to get it fully insured. Also, even if it is just you driving the car, but you have other people of driving age in your household, they take them as drivers of that car. I got a quote from hagerty for $15k coverage of just myself for around $300 for the year, but after going through the whole process of their questions, it ballooned to $1400 a year as they factored in the other driver(s).

Most insurance companies will only let you drive your car like 300 miles for the super cheap insurance, and you have to be with the car at all times. You use your car to run some errands on the weekend and something happens to it while you are inside the store, that might be not covered. You need to read ALL the fine print.

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