Originally Posted by ///Mperative
Probably has it insured as a classic car with Hagerty. Their rates are very low, but they will not insure a DD. It must be a pleasure use only car and you need to show them you have a DD insured with another company. The DD needs to be credible, not a beater. In other words, if you have a 1995 Honda Civic as a DD and an Aston Martin as a weekend car, they won't take you because they won't believe you'd ever actually drive the Honda.
I own a Honda Pilot and a E38 740iL, so showing them a daily driver shouldn't be a problem. I will contact them in a month or two and keep you all updated about the details.