Comprehensive coverage is extensive and includes damage of the car, theft of the vehicle, third party legal liability and personal accident cover. The policy coverage can be further extended by opting for add-ons like accessories cover, engine protector, zero depreciation cover, medical expenses, etc. This type of coverage is the most popular as it offers end-to-end coverage and thus less stress for the policyholder.
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Each insurance company evaluates personal factors in its own way, and they keep their methods as hidden as possible. So we can’t tell you which company puts high value in your occupation or emphasizes a clean driving history more than others. But to help you get going, we can show you a car insurance rate comparison for the same hypothetical driver and car, using average rates from across the country.
Car insurance is a type of insurance policy that efficiently takes care of expenses arising from unfortunate events, such as an accident, theft, and any third-party liability. Car insurance is the best way you can protect yourself and your car from financial emergencies, including any legal liability, resulting from physical damage, traffic collision, bodily injury caused to you, your car, or a third party. Various car-insurance-specific terms & conditions are subject to vary with legal regulations in different regions of the country.