Generally every company have the details of nearly every type of automobiles and they have their preset insurance rating for them. This means that they have already assessed the risks associated with driving the vehicle in question. You really need not tell them much other than make, model and year of manufacture. They will quickly upload the rest on the forms or agent will see them in front of their screen.
However, it may not be as straight forward when you have a limited addition vehicle. As the name gives away the clues these are special vehicles made only special occasions and not more than few hundred of them are made. So, you can forgive the companies not having or keeping their full details.
If they don’t have it in their system you will need to provide it to them. You may need to have the vehicle insurance title documents and any other information about the safety, security and other features installed on them. In other words you may need to spend a few minutes longer for each quote but it will probably get easier after the first quote. I am sure you wouldn’t mind telling them how great your car is and how there is only few of them in the world.
You would have similar problems when you are getting insurance quotes for modified cars as well. You will need to explain the changes made and answer any specific questions about the modifications, their costs and if they were done professionally. The company needs to understand what they are insuring exactly to give you the right price.
Special addition cars will be more expensive and they will have special engines and parts that it may be a little dearer to insure them. If the company don’t get the details properly it may increase the costs even more. So, you should be prepared to spend a little time and shop around to find the best deal by comparing all those quotes you will receive.
A few things will affect your costs. One of them is where it is parked at night. Remember they will be more valuable since they are special and hopefully they will be more precious every year because they commemorate a special occasion or a mile stone in the life of the manufacturing company. They don’t make these special additions very often.
Living in a rough neighborhood could cost you a bit more in terms of premiums as well. Crime and auto theft does affect your rates and your zip code is always taken into account in premium calculations.
Having a young driver in the family will adversely affect the costs as well. As mentioned before they are generally higher performance automobiles and therefore may not suit for young drivers. If you have another vehicle in the family you may want to exclude the young driver from your policy. This will allow you to keep the costs in control. With a little attention you will have no problem insuring them at a reasonable cost.