What should I do if I get into an accident with a leased Toyota Sienna?
I am leasing a Toyota Sienna and it was hit in a parking lot. My insurance carrier is MetLife and I also have gap insurance. Who should I contact?
May 03, 2021
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Answered at May 03, 2021
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“You should first contact your car insurance carrier. MetLife will be able to begin the claims process for you as long as you have collision coverage on your vehicle.
Should the damage be bad enough that your vehicle is deemed a total loss, you will need to reach out to your gap insurance company. If your car insurance payout does not cover the cost of your lease, your gap insurance should cover the difference. “
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