They warn usage levels are one of the “main reasons” insurance is often lower for classic vehicles.
Speaking to Express.co.uk, Greg Wilson, spokesperson for QuoteZone said owning a second vehicle is a “key requirement” for many classic insurance providers but they are not “fixed requirements”.
He said: “Although James Bond obviously uses his car on a daily basis for work purposes, a key requirement for most classic car insurance policies is that the vehicle should not be the owner’s main car.
“The owner should have a primary vehicle for daily use, which is insured in their name, insurance providers require this because it’s a form of proof that the classic car won’t be used on a daily basis.
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