Hagerty is best known as a classic vehicle insurer, but with a 600,000-member strong Drivers Club, an 800,000-circulation printed magazine and 1.5m subscribers on YouTube they are one of the world’s largest automotive lifestyle brands. Hagerty regularly investigates the challenges faced by classic vehicle enthusiasts, from E10 fuel to the
DEALERS and car makers face yet more disruption next year as Google ends the practice of easily identifying potential customers through their internet browsing activity. That’s the warning from automotive content and ecommerce experts, Autovia, who believe that the motor retail industry has yet to wake up to the coming
Hagerty monitors the global classic car market providing insight to the car community and media alike. John Mayhead, Head of Automotive Intelligence for Hagerty UK, shares his thoughts in the latest Hagerty market report on homologation specials from the 80s and 90s. The 1980s and ‘90s were decades that divided
National Drive It Day was created by the Federation of British Historic Vehicle Clubs in 2005. It is the occasion when historic vehicle enthusiasts and the public at large have the opportunity to celebrate the One Thousand Mile Trial organised in 1900 to prove the viability of the new invention,
“The historic vehicle world is at last coming back to life in some places,” says Tiddo Bresters, president of FIVA (the Fédération Internationale des Véhicules Anciens or international federation of historic vehicles). “Where Covid is under control, enthusiasts are getting out on the road, expressing the wish that life will
The organisers behind the British Motor Show are set to put their weight behind the automotive industry more strongly than ever with an exhibition to help support growth, diversity and regeneration in the sector as it emerges from lockdown. Taking place alongside the British Motor Show, which will run from
Hagerty monitors the global classic car market providing insight to the car community and media alike. John Mayhead, Head of UK Valuations, has recently appeared in a number of interviews across BBC TV and radio discussing the impact Brexit has had on the classic car market and shares his thoughts
Hagerty is best known as a classic vehicle insurer, but with a 600,000-member strong Drivers Club, an 800,000-circulation printed magazine and 1.4m subscribers on YouTube they are one of the world’s largest automotive lifestyle brands. In the UK, Hagerty monitors the classic car market and provides insight to the community.