Phoenix, AZ (Vocus) September 12, 2009
Auto Glass Guru urges consumers to take action when it comes to knowing their insurance coverage and what options are available to them regarding auto glass repair and replacement. It's likely that many vehicle owners needing quotes now are unaware of coverage requirements and options that would significantly lower their out-of-pocket-costs.
1. If you live in Florida, Massachusetts, South Carolina or Kentucky, you live in a zero deductible state. Having comprehensive insurance on your vehicle means your insurance company is required by law to allow you access to your insurance coverage with no deductible requirements when it comes to replacing a broken windshield.
2. If you live in Kentucky or South Carolina you actually get an added bonus of having the same zero deductible coverage all your auto glass (rather than just the windshield).
3. If you're avoiding glass repair or replacement because you're afraid your rates may go up, be aware that many insurance companies classify auto glass replacement as a "no fault claim," meaning that it won't raise your premiums. Look at your specific coverage for details.
4. If you haven't already, see about adding auto glass coverage to your policy. The cost is usually minimal and will provide you with peace of mind, especially if you live in an area with high glass damage probability.
Auto Glass Guru provides instant quotes online at http://www.autoglassguru.com . The company provides warrantied, nationwide service through a select group of professionals. Their mission is to get top quality glass and installation quoted, scheduled, and installed as efficiently as possible.
For further information on Auto Glass Guru or general information regarding glass coverage possibilities get in touch with Jace Green at jace (at) autoglassguru (dot) com or by phone at 1-888-588-7603. Or you can visit Auto Glass Guru online at http://www.autoglassguru.com .
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