Sport & Leisure Vehicle Insurance

NEA Antique & Classic Auto Insurance

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One of the most inclusive classic car policies available

Classic car owners know: Your car is much more than just a vehicle. You may drive it less often, or it may not even be drivable... yet. But it’s worth much more to you than what the price says.

  • Get agreed value total loss
    coverage—signed off on by you, your agent and the underwriters
  • Protect one car or a whole collection, even restorations in progress
  • Choose policy options that include coverage for lost or stolen parts, towing and even the cost of lodging and expenses if the vehicle becomes disabled while you’re far from home
  • Pick the deductible that works for you, from $0 to $1,000

how it helps

Customizable plans for custom cars

Coverage for all kinds of collectible cars

Some policies have a narrow definition of “classic car.” Condon Skelly insures restorations in process, collector trucks, classic and custom motorcycles, racecars, newer exotics, kit cars, street rods, military vehicles, tractors and even fire engines.

Protection for your car’s real value

You help determine the agreed value, which is often far more than price books suggest. Once your policy is signed, that value is locked in—no depreciation, no questions.

How It Works

Sign-up is simple

  • Make sure you’re signed in to your NEA Member Benefits account and click “Get a Quote Now” to get started.
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California Casualty helps educators and supports schools nationwide.

We’ve partnered with California Casualty because of their ongoing support for educators and their families.

In addition to providing NEA members with special benefits and rates not available to the general public, California Casualty has awarded hundreds of thousands of dollars in grants to educators and schools through Academic Awards, Athletic Grants and Classroom awards.

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