What Is Fully Comprehensive Car Insurance?

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Fully comprehensive car insurance means that you are covered for everything and if you are involved in an accident and your car is a write off, you will get its replacement cost. Built it is advisable to take the most expensive option because it will save you money if the unexpected does happen.
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Comprehensive car insurance covers damage to the vehicle that was not a result of a car accident. Comprehensive policies typically cover fire damage, theft, vandalism, animal damage
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When a car insurance policy covers liability only, it means that the policyholder chooses only bodily injury and property damage coverage. These limits would be paid to another party
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1 Additional Answer
Fully comprehensive car insurance provides an individual with the maximum available cover for you and your car. You are covered in case of accident, theft or fire, and third parties are also covered for damages in accidents involving your covered vehicle. Also with fully comprehensive car insurance, the costs of replacing or repairing your vehicle are covered despite of who is at fault in the case of an accident.
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