Leslie Kasperowicz holds a BA in Social Sciences from the University of Winnipeg. She spent several years as a Farmers Insurance CSR, gaining a solid understanding of insurance products including home, life, auto, and commercial and working directly with insurance customers to understand their needs. She has since used that knowledge in her more than ten years as a writer, largely in the insuranc...

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Joel Ohman is the CEO of a private equity-backed digital media company. He is a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™, author, angel investor, and serial entrepreneur who loves creating new things, whether books or businesses. He has also previously served as the founder and resident CFP® of a national insurance agency, Real Time Health Quotes. He also has an MBA from the University of South Florid...

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UPDATED: Jun 24, 2020

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For real motor-heads there can be no more exciting prospect than owning a classic car. A classic car isn’t just a run-of-the-mill purchase, it’s an investment into a lifestyle, a lifestyle that deserves regular maintenance. These are beautiful, valuable and unique machines that can be as temperamental as they are attractive and as such, taking care of these ancient beasts is almost a separate hobby in itself.

For all of you lucky classic car owners (or potential classic car owners) out there, here we’ll be examining a few top tips for giving your other great love, a long and happy life.


Whilst the majority of classic car lovers will take their babies out at least once a week or even regularly take them to specialist exhibits to show them off, some owners might just use their classic cars for decorative purposes.

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