Source: smartinsurance.tips Comprehensive auto insurance has a head-scratching name because it is far from “comprehensive.” It pays for a very specific set of problems. If you have a car loan, your lender likely requires it. And if your car is paid off, you likely want it even if you’re an excellent driver. That is […]
Our office has encountered many inquiries from clients asking about filing windshield claims. If you carry comprehensive auto insurance, you can file a windshield claim to cover repair costs. When you purchased your insurance you had the option to purchase what they call ‘Full Glass Coverage’, which in essence waives the comprehensive deductible. But is this really the smart option?