What does non deductible mean for glass coverage?
I'm adding comprehensive to my insurance policy. I have an option for non-deductible glass coverage. What does this mean?
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Answered on Jun 22, 2021
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“Non-deductible glass coverage with comprehensive insurance would mean that you have glass coverage without paying your comprehensive deductible.
Any time you submit a claim for comprehensive or collision insurance, you’re required to pay your deductible first before your coverage kicks in. The same would apply if you had a glass claim.
With non-deductible glass coverage, you’ll either have glass coverage with a specific deductible, like $50, or no deductible at all.
The terms of the coverage will depend on your insurance carrier as they are all different. You’ll want to reach out to them directly to find out what your options are for coverage.”
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