Calling All Classic Car Traders

The perfect insurance solution for classic car traders

Heritage Classic Car Insurance offers all types of insurance cover to all types of people. So whether you own a classic car tucked away in the garage for weekend use, or indeed you are a classic car trader on a part-time or full-time basis we have the right policy for you.

Tradesure Insurance is Heritage Classic Car Insurance’s sister company, offering offer classic trade insurance with exceptional benefits at competitive prices. So whether you are a part-time sole trader or if you own a larger company, Tradesure Motor Trade Insurance will give you quality insurance at the right price.

Take a look at the benefits included in Tradesure’s Classic Car Motor Traders policy:

Loss or damage to your vehicle by fire/theft or attempted theft. Settlement based on trade value.IncludedIncludedIncluded
Legal liability for damage to other property up to £5,000,000IncludedIncludedIncluded
Payment for emergency treatment after a Road Traffic AccidentIncludedIncludedIncluded
Loss or damage to your customer’s vehicles by fire/theft or attempted theft. Settlement on current market value.IncludedIncluded
Accompanied Demonstration cover for prospective buyersIncludedIncludedIncluded
Protected no claims bonus (conditions apply)IncludedIncludedIncluded
Additional Business use in respect of certain full time occupations outside the motor tradeIncludedIncludedIncluded
Cover on motorcycles and mopeds (subject to licence requirements)IncludedIncludedIncluded

Call Tradesure now for a quotation from the company that’s been insuring motor traders for over 50 years: 0121 248 9300.



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