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RARE AND UNLISTED CAR INSURANCE
For unique, uncommon, and non-ABI listed cars
Rare and non-listed cars are frequently very special indeed and give enormous pleasure to their owners. The type of cars we are referring to may fall between the import or classic category. Cars made for foreign markets don't normally grace our shores. For example, cars such as the Ford Sierra XR6/XR8 and the Holden Commodore are South African and Australian vehicles made for those markets. They are relatively unknown to the average UK motorist but enthusiasts are becoming increasingly interested as they are right hand drive and have spawned modern day equivalents such as the Vauxhall Monaro and VXR8.
The frustrating part can be when it comes to insuring them, but not if you're talking to Premium Choice. We really enjoy taking calls from someone like you.
If you own or are thinking of buying such a vehicle, you need to talk to experts. The standard insurance quote engines will not be able to help, unfortunately.
Premium Choice - a rare find
Here at Premium Choice we're not in the mass insurance market - we specialise in niche sectors and unusual circumstances. We have our own online quotation system but in the case of rare, cherished or non-ABI listed cars you'll need to talk to us direct so we can find you the best quote. Working for years with specialist underwriters certainly helps and we can also talk you through different aspects of each policy so you know what you're getting.
Apart from many other things, here's a list of some things to discuss :-
Why not give us a call now, or ask us to call you back?
For the rare, unusual, and almost unheard of - call 0800 954 2875!
Considering other models? For a classic please go to classic cars page.
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