Points on… Auto Insurance

Points on… Auto Insurance

The difference between comprehensive and collison is… when your car collides with something it’s collison. When something happens to your car (like a tree falling on it, hail, graffiti, etc.), it’s comprehensive. In a recent commercial an insurance company said, “you will never be dropped”. This may be true, but more than likely your rates will go so high, you may WANT to drop THEM. Watch the fine print… many of the auto insurance commercials you see today say things that sound really good… but when you see the...

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Collision vs. Comprehensive Auto Insurance

As with most types of insurance, auto insurance covers various aspects of the risks associated with driving an automobile. In the United States and many other places, the law requires you to insure yourself against specific auto-related risks, while good sense suggests that you protect yourself against a number of other risks as well. Collision insurance, as its name implies, protects you against vehicular damages that result from an automobile collision. This collision can result from contact with another automobile, an animal or any other...

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