Does full comprehensive coverage from Allstate cover a blown engine?
I have a sports car and was pushing its capabilities out on some backroads. All of a sudden, I heard a loud noise and the engine failed. Will full comprehensive coverage from Allstate cover a blown engine?
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“Unfortunately, comprehensive coverage won’t cover mechanical failures, unless said failure was the result of an act of God. You’re thinking of an extended warranty, which can come from either the manufacturer or a third-party.
While Allstate would cover an accident-based failure, just remember that no comprehensive coverage provider will cut a check for an engine blowout.
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