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need help comprehensive glass coverage!~?

Asked by: deero 1073 views Insurance ,

hi, i’m live in new york city, insuring with Geico …. in the comprehensive part, can u please explain to me what is the difference between:
1.Ded. with full glass
2.Ded. with non-ded glass

i’m really confused, they seem to be the same thing…

thanks!!!

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  1. Playboysmurf on Nov 05, 2012

    It means you have two choices when you buy comprehensive coverage. One choice is comprehensive with a deductible for all covered claims (including glass). The other choice is comprehensive with a deductible for all covered claims, except glass, which will be paid in full.I agree that if that is the way it is written it does seem like the same thing. I’m not sure you have got the terminology exactly right. Best to talk to GEICO and tell them how you want to cover glass – with or without a deductible. They will tell you which option accomplishes what you want.

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  2. NazF on Nov 05, 2012

    1. means that your glass coverage is subject to your deductible, therefore if you replace your windshield you first must pay the deductible.2. means that your glass coverage is not subject to your deductible, therefore the insurance pays the full amount to replace your windshield.

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  3. lebret86 on Nov 05, 2012

    Full glass typically means, no deductible for broken glass. I think you have the second term wrong; it could mean no glass coverage at all, but it most likely means your comprehensive deductible also applies to glass.

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