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Replacing a windshield might not seem like a major car repair, but try telling that to someone who just found a crack in theirs. There’s a lot of considerations when it comes to getting a windshield replaced and your insurance can play a significant role in the process. Here are some questions on how you can be protected from this expense and how your insurance can help.
1. Is there auto insurance for windshield damage? How do I get protected?
To help you pay to replace or repair a damaged windshield, comprehensive insurance is the answer. Comprehensive insurance coverage also protects your car from theft, fire, falling objects or hail aside from accidents that involve collision with other vehicles.
Some carriers offer full glass coverage. In this case, you may not have to pay for a deductible for the repair of your windshield with full glass coverage. You may need to ask your agent if car insurance in your state covers it.
2. Will I pay a deductible?
It depends on your policy and the state where you live in whether you pay a deductible or not for a damaged windshield.
By the way, what is a deductible?
Insurance policy defines deductible as the amount of money that you will pay out-of-pocket before your insurance comes in to help pay for a claim.
3. Are there situations when I may not need to pay for a deductible on a glass claim?
A windshield is not just a car accessory. It provides you safety while you are on the road. Thus, it is important that necessary action will be provided when accidents happen.
Here at Murzzy Insurance, we take pride in making sure that our clients are well-protected at prices they can afford. To learn more about how we can help you, please contact our agency at (877) 929-2612 or Click Here to request a free quote.
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