How to Compare Car Insurance for Full Coverage

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Comparing car insurance for full coverage requires you to take a look at a few key aspects of each policy. Compare car insurance for full coverage with help from an independent insurance agent and small business owner in this free video clip.

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Hello, this is Melissa Morley with All Seasons Insurance. Today, we're going to compare car insurance for full coverage. Full coverage is a phrase that a lot of people use, and it helps to know what full coverage is. It really doesn't fully cover you. It only covers your physical damage, your comprehensive and collision deductibles on your car. There are many ways in which you can compare these. One of them is to go shopping for different policies. Call an agent, preferably one that has more than 10 companies, like a broker. Or, get your facts together and go shopping. You can shop online, you can call. The more quotes that you get, the better off that you are. Sometimes, however, it's as easy as calling up your company that you're with and saying, I would like to find out how much my policy would cost if I increased my deductibles on my comprehensive and my collision coverages. Sometimes you can save quite a bit of money on your policy. But be aware, if you need to use either one of these, the deductible that you have chosen is the co-pay that you're gonna have to pay that shop to get your car out of it, or, the lack of ability to have a windshield replaced because you have a 500 dollar deductible, and it turns out to be a 320 dollar windshield replacement. So, to compare, take all of your facts and figures, compare apples for apples. Get online, call a broker, call one of the captive agents, like State Farm or Farmers or All State, and ask for comparative quotes. This is Melissa Morley with All Seasons Insurance, and today we've been talking about how to compare full coverage on your auto insurance.


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