Monday, July 11, 2011

Motor Insurance Tip 1

You do not get complete coverage from comprehensive coverage

Comprehensive coverage sounds nice but it does not cover your car for every scenario. Here the coverage goes beyond collisions. It may include theft, vandalism, flooding or even fire damages. The coverage differs from policy to policy.

But comprehensive coverage does not cover everything. The definition of comprehensive coverage is different for different insurance providers.

Thus if you are looking to get your new car insured never be satisfied with the words comprehensive coverage. Kindly read the fine print before buying a Motor Insurance policy.

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