Comprehensive Coverage Definition

Comprehensive Coverage has a limited coverage and can prove to be useful when time comes. There are some car accidents that do not involve a vehicle to vehicle collision. A comprehensive coverage can be used when your car is stolen, damaged by fire, flood or even animals. It will pay for your car repairs minus the deductible you chose. So choose the highest deductible that you can pay from your own pocket to minimize the premiums.

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