Glass on the Move is Oakland’s most trusted auto glass repair company. In fact, we are approved by all major insurance companies to replace your auto glass in the event of an accident. Our commitment to customer service, quality products, and safety has enabled us to build healthy and trusting relationships with all major insurance companies. Read on to learn how comprehensive car insurance may cover your auto glass claim.
- Claims Can Fall Under Comprehensive Insurance: Auto glass losses are considered a no-fault claim, which essentially means your claim will not affect your insurance. The comprehensive portion of your insurance policy covers glass. Generally, this portion of your policy will cover theft, vandalism, debris, and any other sort of damage not caused by your driving ability, but instead, by external and uncontrollable factors.
- Adding Comprehensive Insurance To Your Current Policy: While adding anything to your policy or making alterations may seem like it would be a lengthy and tedious process, this is far from the case when adding comprehensive insurance to your current policy. In fact, you can do so easily without changing the collision part of your insurance. You will then be covered for floods, damage by animals, fires, and other unforeseen events.
- Using Your Comprehensive Insurance Will Not Raise Your Points: Depending upon the policy of your insurance company, you will have some number of points added to your insurance for accidents and moving violations, all of which raise your premiums. However, comprehensive insurance will do nothing to raise any points on your insurance, nor will it force you to have higher rates if you should elect to use it.
Contact Glass on the Move today to set an appointment to discuss comprehensive insurance. To find out more information regarding our auto glass replacement services, call us at (510) 338-4791 to schedule a mobile repair today.