Will my car insurance pay for a new set of keys?

"My purse was recently stolen, and it had my car keys inside.

Will my full-coverage car insurance pay for a new set of keys?"

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Eric Schad
Answered on Jun 21, 2021
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“It depends on the language of your coverage. If you have comprehensive coverage, this might cover the theft of the keys, especially if your purse was stolen out of your vehicle. However, other comprehensive policies would only cover a locksmith to get you into the car.
Call your insurance company to make certain what your policy covers.”

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