Peter James Insurance continue to support the next generation of classic car enthusiasts

Peter James Insurance continue to support the next generation of classic car enthusiasts as one of the main sponsors of the Classic Car Loan Project

This weekend saw the season opening of the Classic Car Loan Project at the British Motor Museum.
The Classic Car Loan Project has a noble aim – it hopes to encourage future generations of classic car enthusiasts by giving younger drivers the opportunity to ‘borrow’ a classic car to use for a year. It hopes to inspire the ‘classic car bug’ in new audiences, whilst being under the supportive eye of a mentor, often a club member or the owner of the loan car itself.

Drivers are encouraged to be from the younger end of the driving spectrum, but slightly older drivers wanting to dip their toe in the hobby are also encouraged, with the age range of the project covering 19 to 45 year olds.

Recognising that young drivers represent the future of the historic vehicle movement and that insurance has often acted as a barrier to young people being able to own or enjoy classic vehicles, Peter James Insurance arranges cover for the individuals in the scheme. Supporting the project from the very beginning, it continues our ongoing commitment to support the historic vehicle community and its members, helping to ensure it continues to grow and thrive.

There is a wide selection of cars available in the project ranging from a 94 year old Ford Model A Phateon to a 1987 MG Maestro, and this weekend (15th April 2023) saw the season opening ‘handover’ ceremony.

Taking place at the British Motor Museum, the attendees listened to Victor Riley talk about the history of Riley cars, and met with Project Ambassador Sarah Crabtree (of TV show ‘Bangers and Cash’ fame!) before being able to view the cars featuring in the project this year.

To find out more about the project, please visit: Classic Car Loan Project

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