Specialist motor insurer, ERS, is excited to return to this year’s ‘The London Classic Car Show’ as the Official Motor Insurance Partner.
This year, ERS will sponsor the prestigious Grand Avenue Club VIP area, where a team of its expert underwriters will be working with specialist insurance broker ClassicLine Insurance to provide live motor insurance quotes to attendees throughout the event. Classic car enthusiasts, collectors and high-net-worth individuals will have the opportunity to be given a custom quote for insurance cover, tailored to their specific needs before the start of the spring season.
This is an exciting opportunity for us and coupled with a great line-up on the Grand Avenue, it’s set to be a fantastic weekend.
Ian Fray, Managing Director of ClassicLine commented: “ClassicLine are honoured to be partnering with ERS at the prestigious London Classic Car Show. Thanks to ERS, for the first time we will be able to provide bespoke insurance quotes live at the show on your classic, retro and modified vehicles. We know visitors are going to love this instant service and what better way to receive an insurance quote than whilst you are admiring the newly restored 1959 Alfa Romeo Giulietta Sprint on our stand – what a classic! This is an exciting opportunity for us and coupled with a great line-up on the Grand Avenue, it’s set to be a fantastic weekend.”
Tom Donachie, Head of Bespoke at ERS said: “We are thrilled to be working with ClassicLine and offering them the opportunity to provide quotes in their very own live quoting area. I am excited to see what incredible cars we will get the chance to underwrite.”
Also joining ERS is renowned motoring broadcaster and car enthusiast Jonny Smith, who will be on hand to provide guests of ERS exclusive access to his insights and knowledge on their burning motoring questions. New to ‘The London Classic Car Show’ this year is ‘The Big Electric Classic Debate’ hosted by ERS. This debate will see Jonny Smith joined by other car experts including Tiff Needell and Edd China, getting to the bottom of whether or not classic cars should become electric. It’s set to be an unmissable debate!
Jonny Smith added: “Most of us are drawn to vehicles of yesteryear for their sound, their smell and their mechanical simplicity. For the purest classic car fan, the concept of converting to battery will be a hard pill to swallow. I can’t wait to be part of the panel for The Big Electric Classic Debate with some other amazing car enthusiasts, discussing this subject. It’s going to be a highlight at this year’s London Classic Car Show”.
This year ‘The London Classic Car Show’ will take place at the Excel London from 14th – 17th February. ERS Look forward to seeing you there!