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Much like its flag, your classic military vehicle is a symbol of a country’s history and strength. Your drab green or desert tan Willys jeep, M37 or tank once protected a nation during wartime. As its owner and caretaker, you’re not just preserving a historic military vehicle, you’re preserving the memories and legacy of all those who served in the armed forces.

Whether Whether you collect HMVs out of patriotism, nostalgia, or as a connection to your military career, they deserve the kind of protection that only certain carriers can provide — coverage and service that respects the significance of these vehicles and aims to preserve them for future generations.

How should I insure my military vehicle?

Actual Cash Value

We work with you and the insurance companies to value your military vehicle, and if there’s a covered total loss, we’ll get the insurance company pay that full amount.

Expert in-house claims service

We are totally committed to offering companies who use the right parts for your HMV. Many times, companies even have parts specialists to help track down rare or hard to find parts. We work with companies where You can choose your own repair shop, or get paid to do the work yourself.

Save on premiums

Our premiums are an average of 21% lower than standard insurance because of our wide portfolio of insurance carrier partners.

Flexible usage

We believe you should actually get to use your military vehicl. That’s why we work with companies that allow for plenty of pleasure and hobby usage.

We support your hobby

We work with companies who are supporters and partners of the Military Vehicle Preservation Association (MVPA) and whom are pleased to offer discounts for eligible members through various insurance carriers. 

Classic military vehicles must usually meet the following requirements:

  • We accept vehicles 17 years and older
  • Battle reenactments can be considered when vehicle is mostly stationary
  • Vehicles must be de-militarized (armaments removed or disabled)