Bowling Green, KY – The National Corvette Museum has opened a Collector Car Insurance Program in partnership with American Modern Insurance Group. The program coverage, targeted at private passenger automobiles with limited use vehicles owned by an individual, offers lower rates, broader coverage, more options/discounts and is maintained in-house by an NCM Insurance representative. Quotes are free and available online at: or by calling 877-NSUR-NCM (678-7626).

The NCM Insurance Agency is the solution for collector car owners who drive their Corvettes occasionally to enthusiast events, club meetings, special trips and drive less than 1k, 3k or 6k miles per year. A portion of each policy stays with the Museum to help fulfill their mission for the future. “This is a great opportunity to reach out and offer more to the Corvette community,” states NCM Insurance Agent, Adam Boca. “We are very excited about the program and look forward to having the opportunity to work with enthusiasts to protect the automobiles they are passionate about. Quotes are free and we invite everyone to give us a call.”

The NCM Insurance Program offers broad deductible options, discounts to NCM members, roadside assistance and covers restorations in process. A downloadable brochure explaining the benefits and details is available via our website at: The partnership between the National Corvette Museum and American Modern Insurance, who is licensed in 50 states and rated A+ by A.M. Best Company, offers an inclusive program to collector vehicle customers and is supported by trained adjusters experienced in the field of repair and expert claims handling.

Weekly news reports on all Museum news, the latest Corvette developments, Corvette racing updates, event features and more are available by subscribing to “NCM eNews” at: The National Corvette Museum is dedicated to the mission of celebration, education and preservation, and is open seven days a week from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. CT – located at Exit 28 on I-65 in Bowling Green, KY.

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