<VV> Stated Value vs. Agreed Value policies

The Robbins therobbins82 at gmail.com
Wed Jun 2 11:38:35 EDT 2010

Mine is in black and white as far  as what they would give me in a total
loss. Heck of a lot more than it would sell for.

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Subject: <VV> Stated Value vs. Agreed Value policies

In a message dated 6/2/2010 7:10:40 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time,  
therobbins82 at gmail.com writes:

I think  all classic car insurance companies do the agreed value policy, I
know  Hagerty does, I like them.
Joe R

Be cautious with these policies - The phrases "stated value" and "agreed  
value" do not necessarily mean the same thing. I have heard that "stated 
value"  is what you state - they will decide if you made a good estimate
they  settle your claim. (for better or worse). Agreed value means they
with your estimate ahead of time, and won't argue replacement costs or 
issues if  a claim happens. Anybody have experience with the two types  of 
policies?  Experience with a claim?

Seth Emerson

C's the Day! -  Corvair, Camaro, Corvette
San Jose,  CA

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