16 things to know about car insurance deductibles

16 things to know about car insurance deductibles

1. What is a car insurance deductible?
2. How do car insurance deductibles work?
3. If my car is damaged, do I have to pay a deductible for both comprehensive and collision coverage?
4. How does a deductible affect car insurance?
, “increasing your deductible from $200 to $500 could reduce your collision and comprehensive coverage cost by 15 to 30 percent.”

5. Who pays the deductible?
6. Does glass damage apply to my car insurance deductible?
7. Which coverages require a car insurance deductible?
8. What is the average auto insurance deductible?
9. When do I pay for an auto insurance deductible?
10. What is the difference between a high and low deductible?
11. Does my car lender have deductible requirements?
12. Can a car insurance deductible be waived?
13. Do I pay for the car insurance deductible if I’m not at-fault?
14. Do I pay a deductible if I hit a car?
15. What if my car insurance deductible costs more than repairs?
16. What happens if I don’t pay my deductible?
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