Comprehensive Coverage

Written by  //  June 22, 2011  //  Insurance Glossary: A-D, Insurance Terms  //  Comments Off on Comprehensive Coverage

This coverage pays for repairs to your insured vehicle when it’s damaged in a non-collision type mishap such as theft, fire, vandalism, hitting an animal and natural disasters. It also includes the theft of factory-installed equipment that is permanently attached to your car, such as stereos, seats, and tire rims. Comprehensive is often required when your car is financed or leased.

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