My 1972 Sprint was hit last Saturday. The gentleman that hit it was nice. It was an accident. I had insurance from J.C. Taylor. Supposed to be specialists in classic cars. They are not. Just premium rates from Foremost. The Foremost guys sent an adjuster from Farmers. He couldn't even find the VIN without help. The guy that hit me has State Farm. They are the worst! Want me to run all over town to shops that never work on classic cars for estimates. But the worst part is I can't understand the Spanish speaking representative and have already caught him in several outright lies! He reads from a script and if you interrupt him, He has to tart over! The main reason I chose J<C, Taylor over Haggerty, is the mileage stipulation. I like to drive my car to work or just cruise it now and then. Haggerty wants you to drive only to and from car shows. And less than 2000 miles a year. Does any one know of an insurance company that lets you actually use your car?