What Is Full Coverage – With Taylor Gilbert

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What Is Full Coverage - With Taylor Gilbert

Video Transcript:

What is full coverage? Full coverage consists of two separate components.

The first of those would be collision, and that refers to when a driver is behind the wheel and either makes contact with another vehicle or an object.

The second component of full coverage is comprehensive, also referred to as other than collision. Comprehensive coverage would cover examples of hail damage or vandalism.

There are a few coverages that people generally associate with full coverage but in reality, these are ala carte or additional coverages that usually are included but not always included in full coverage. Three of those coverages would be full glass coverage, which can be endorsed on your policy, rental car reimbursement, and also roadside or towing assistance.
Disclaimer: The above are merely suggestions and tips, and are not meant to guarantee individual results.

About Taylor Gilbert
About Taylor Gilbert
Taylor has been a licensed agent since 2010. He started as a financial adviser with New England Securities. In his spare time, he enjoys watching and playing hockey as well as participating in 5k’s and other running events. He is originally from Antigo, WI but has lived in Rochester since 2010.

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