IF that Independant is qualified on the 360's then of course he should be considered.
You might be better off to just haul it to FL or such and be done with it correctly: how do I know? Had a 'qualified' mech on the Mondial T do an engine out etc. and he was not truly qualified on that model, although he was trained on older models, and worked for Ferrari in San Francisco....had to have the entire service redone .. almost lost the thing had I gone longer, not to mention I had a lot of issues to repair he messed with [a/c, clutch, OIL DRAIN PLUG, alternator etc.]
There is a reason qualified make a living on these things.
now on the yearly maintenance, that is fairly easy, and with some inquiries here, you can get what to do and what not to do, like don't flush the radiator etc.
Using good fluids, and changed with good regularity will be the easiest maintenance/insurance you'll do. Why do Ferrari's sometimes have more issues? The stories and such abound, but they do....engines are great, but things attached to them, have issues.
average cost for your car can easily, ONCE already the mechanicals are sorted, be in the $800/year area. IT can and usually does cost more. but that's from a good mech that knows what he's doing and is not a dealer. The latter, you can ad another $400-600 ish.
REMEMBER: there is a lot more they do than just drain, fill and wipe, they look about and know what to look for and make pre-emptive service...that's why I use good mechs that know the car...
Might want to search for an easy shipment, the small cost in that can be easy on the mind.
I just shipped my 456 to a local about 80miles away...luckily, AAA did it for free, as I have 3 x free 100 mile shipping allowed per year. Ya' might want to subscribe to AAA's extended service ...they have flat beds too
not that you'll need them of course