Hagerty are happy with driveway for lower value cars but do insist on garaging for some.
For Hagerty you must have use of a car on normal insurance to get classic on others.
That's quite interesting, and come renewal time something I may have to look into. I'm with Adrian Flux at the moment, and reckon I'm paying way over the odds...however with everything else on my plate at the start of this year it just wasn't a priority to investigate.
Do Hagerty offer insurance services for a "normal" vehicle as well? The 107 is the car I'd obviously stick on that policy, but I'd really prefer to do everything through the one company if at all possible - which is why I ended up with Adrian Flux in the first place many moons ago as they were happy to insure both classics and non-classics from one phone call.
Minimum values on policies are getting to be a right pain these days, especially on short term insurance. Found that in particular when I went to pick up my Xantia a few years ago, eventually found one that would provide cover for a £300 car, but it took a lot of hunting.
I guess you could put any number you want in there...but I have a long history of getting kicked in the teeth by Murphy's Law the moment I so much as use a blue pen where I should have used a black one...so I tend to try not to take chances!