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    What is Collision Coverage?

    Collision Coverage is an insurance policy that covers damage to your car when you hit your car, or is hit by another vehicle, or other object. Basically, this coverage pays to fix your vehicle a lesser amount of the deductible you choose. To keep your premiums low, select as large a deductible that will work for your financial limit. For cars that are much older, you may consider dropping this coverage, since this coverage is usually limited to the cash value of your car. This coverage however, is limited to the terms and conditions contained in the policy.

    Collision coverage is provided for automobiles and other forms of transportation where there is the chance of an accident involving another vehicle or striking a stationary object. Although this policy does not include covering medical and expenses related to drivers and occupants of the vehicle, Collision coverage is understood to provide resources to repair the insured vehicle.


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    Insurance designed to pay for the repair of the policy owner’s car in the event of an accident, no matter who caused the accident. This type of coverage typically requires the payment of a deductible when a claim is made.

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    Collision coverage is a type of car insurance that pays to repair your car when itís damaged from hitting something, whether itís a tree or another car. This type of insurance is different from comprehensive coverage, which pays for the repair from other types of accidental damage unrelated to collisions, such as fire, theft and falling objects. Even if the accident is your fault, your collision coverage will provide money to repair the car.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gelliebean View Post
    What is Collision Coverage?

    Collision Coverage is an insurance policy that covers damage to your car when you hit your car, or is hit by another vehicle, or other object. Basically, this coverage pays to fix your vehicle a lesser amount of the deductible you choose. To keep your premiums low, select as large a deductible that will work for your financial limit. For cars that are much older, you may consider dropping this coverage, since this coverage is usually limited to the cash value of your car. This coverage however, is limited to the terms and conditions contained in the policy.

    Collision coverage is provided for automobiles and other forms of transportation where there is the chance of an accident involving another vehicle or striking a stationary object. Although this policy does not include covering medical and expenses related to drivers and occupants of the vehicle, Collision coverage is understood to provide resources to repair the insured vehicle.
    I heard Collision coverage first time but thanks for updating me. It is really interesting. Is there any difference in car insurance and collision coverage. Does a car insurance also provide benefits of collision coverage. Is it really worthy to take it separately?

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