What is full coverage?

Our insurer says that if they total out our car due to hail damage they will no longer be able to provide "full coverage". What does that mean?

Jun 23, 2016 San Antonio, TX

Neil Richardson

Jun 23, 2016

This can be extremely confusing, but essentially it means your company will no longer provide you with comprehensive or collision coverage. You can check out our article about full coverage by clicking the link. Obviously, you want to receive a payout for your vehicle and it's unfortunate that your carrier is no longer willing to offer physical damage coverage to your vehicle, but that doesn't mean you won't be able to find coverage with a different company. Feel free to compare hundreds of quotes with us if you are in the market for a new policy!

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