Dale Barton provides you with the protection, savings and service you deserve, including:
- New discounts, credits, and coverages to help you save
- Opportunities to save with loyalty, good grades, and multi-policy credits
- A wide range of plans. We represent reputable insurance carriers to offer you the best value and service
- 24-hour claims reporting service
Think of your auto insurance as a shield. The shield protects you and your assets in case of loss, injury or damage. Depending on your selections, coverage may consist of the following options:
- Liability – in case you are found at fault
- Collision – in the event your car is damaged by a collision
- Comprehensive – if your car is damaged by anything other than collision
Other protection may include:
- Medical payments if you have to pay on an injury for yourself or a passenger
- Uninsured motorist protection. Just because the law requires auto insurance to be mandatory – not everyone will have it
- Underinsured motorist protection
Dale Barton will review all of your protection options, recommend the right limits, and make sure you are receiving every entitled discount. Call (801) 288-1600 or complete our quote request form today.
Dale Barton provides you with a shield to protect you in case of loss, injury, or damage.
Classic Car Insurance
Do you own an antique vehicle? If you do, the best coverage may be an Antique Car insurance policy. The coverage on a classic vehicle is typically based on the value of the car. With a standard Automobile Insurance policy, the value of the vehicle decreases over time. When taken care of, classic cars usually appreciate in value rather than depreciate as ordinary vehicles do.
Classic Car Insurance typically provides comprehensive, collision and liability coverage and in the event of a loss, your vehicle will be covered up to the proper value and not a depreciated value.
The policy costs less than a standard automobile policy but there are usually restrictions (i.e. not using your classic car as your everyday vehicle). Some insurers may require use only for shows and/or weekend drives.