Young people show interest in classic cars
Young people begin to show interest in classic cars. Miami’s majestic classic cars are gaining more and more fans. There are different classic clubs, which meet regularly in different places to party, eat and hang out near their Mercury Monterrey, Chevrolet 57, Buick, Edsel ’58, Cadillac Eldorado 57, Ford Mustang, or Corvette Stingray. Or, they just get together to talk about what they like best: cars.
It is increasingly common to see young faces in the caravans of classic cars that move to tourist places, such as the keys, or national parks.
It is such an attractive hobby that several YouTubers dedicate their broadcasts to share videos about the movements of these precise machines of the last century.
The spectacular images of classic car caravans filmed from drones have managed to captivate the attention of this new audience.
But owning a classic car is not a cheap hobby, it is a passion, a lifestyle assumed by the members of this urban tribe who literally live for their cars.
Maintaining a vehicle made 70 or 80 years ago is very different from keeping a modern car in good condition. Not all mechanics dare or have the proper knowledge to fix them. Despite the fact that there is a great industry around this hobby, changing a part is difficult and in many cases, it is necessary to restore them to reinstall them.
Also, the insurance of a classic car is different, it is personalized, it depends on the condition of the car, the brand, the history it has and is subject to certain conditions. Most insurers require that the car is not used daily, the coverage limits the number of miles it can travel per year, and the owner must ensure that their vehicle is kept in a secure garage. Young people begin to show interest in classic cars.
At Univista Insurance, specialists in classic car insurance can explain all the doubts you have when it comes to ensuring the car of your dreams.