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Can you get car insurance on a hail damaged car?

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2011-09-30 15:04:12
2011-09-30 15:04:12

Sure. You can buy liability insurance on the car but I doubt if the insurance company would sell you a policy with physical damage coverage. Most insurance companies would require you to have the vehicle repaired before allowing you to have physical damage coverage. You would have to have it inspected and photographed by the agent.

As long as you have comprehensive coverage, most auto insurance companies would cover for hail damage. However, check your policy to make sure that there's hail damage is not excluded. Be prepared for hikes in premiums though; when an area has a lot of claims, the rates there tend to rise.

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