Full auto glass coverage pays for the cost to repair or replace your chipped windshield with no deductible. Full glass coverage is an additional option you can add to your personal or business auto policy. Depending on the state you live in, (in Illinois) you can add this coverage with having comprehensive coverage on the vehicle.
How Does Full Glass Coverage Work?
Having full glass coverage means having no deductible. Take this example, your car gets broken into and your window is smashed. The estimate to repair the window is $600. If you have comp coverage but no auto glass coverage, you will have to pay your deductible before your auto insurance company picks up the rest of the bill. Let’s say you have a $500 deductible, you must pay that $500 and your insurance company will pay the difference to fix your window. But if you had full glass coverage, your auto insurance company will cover the expense of repairing the window in full, with no out-of-pocket costs to you.
Contact R.C. Keller & Company
Most carriers we work with offer glass coverage, and your deductible will be waived if you use one of the insurance carrier’s preferred glass providers. Contact your protection team at R.C. Keller & Company before you put in a glass claim. We will get you to the right department to make sure you have the correct coverage and get you back on the road quickly.