Full auto glass coverage pays for the cost to repair or replace your damaged auto glass or windshield with or with out a deductible. You can add full auto glass insurance coverage to your car insurance policy for just a few dollars a month.(Contact your insurance provider for more details). Depending on your insurance provider this can be included in your comprehensive coverage or can be purchased as an add-on to your auto insurance policy. The availability of windshield insurance coverage varies by provider.
The advantage of windshield coverage is that it often has no deductible.
Let’s say your car gets broken into overnight, and the windshield or a window is smashed. Luckily nothing is stolen, but you are still left with a broken window … and the estimate to repair it is $600.
If you have comprehensive car insurance but not windshield coverage, you will have to pay your deductible before your auto insurance company pays. If you have a $500 deductible, you’d pay $500, and your auto insurance company would pay $100 to cover the repair.
If you have full glass coverage with your auto insurance policy often the full cost of repairing the window or windshield, will cost nothing out-of-pocket to you. (Check with your Insurance provider to see if you have a deductible).
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