Windshield is normally a separate item that doesn’t require a deductible. If you have a deductible, it will most likely apply for the condenser. In my case, with a $1k deductible, it wouldn’t make sense to get insurance involved.I have full coverage in my All State car insurance. When i had stone chips on windshield, I never had to pay a deductible replaced new windshield
Windshield damage is covered under comprehensive coverage as well as a multitude of non-collision damages. Some of these under comp coverage are glass breakage, falling/flying objects, theft, vandalism, water damage if is found to be a sudden cause (water leaks found to have been going on over a period of time is not a sudden loss), damages caused by animals, hail, ice, etc. I know, having worked, as an adjuster for Allstate for just over 20 years, with Allstate policies, you can stipulate what deductibles you wish to have on collision and comprehensive separate from each other. The more deductible you agree to pay, per claim, the less your premiums are for that particular coverage.Windshield is normally a separate item that doesn’t require a deductible. If you have a deductible, it will most likely apply for the condenser. In my case, with a $1k deductible, it wouldn’t make sense to get insurance involved.
[I'd imagine admins might make this a topic of its own on as hail damage/paintless dent repair]I have received hail damage in the form of three small dents in hood and two small dents in roof. Can dealer likely pull these back in place (vacuum) at minimal cost ? About how much might this cost ?
I dealt with several paintless dent repair shops in Richmond Virginia before I retired. The aluminum is tougher to work the dents out but they would still fix them. Whenever aluminum PDR was needed, the shops insisted on 25% more cost to fix them.They may be able to do a dentless remove on the dents from the roof but not the hood. You hood is aluminum and it has no 'memory', like steel does.