Does Arizona have a windshield replacement program?

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Asked August 16, 2011

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Arizona insurance offers drivers an elective coverage called Full Glass or Safety Equipment coverage. This coverage is a rider on your other policy coverages and includes all of the glass in the windshields, windows, doors, and more. This protection is similar to the glass replacement portion of comprehensive coverage except that there is no deductible with Safety Equipment coverage.

Under a standard comprehensive auto insurance plan, windshield and window replacement are available, but you must pay the deductible cost first, and that may be most of the cost of the work that needs to be done, or pay for the repairs outright. If the car is paid for, you might want to drop your comprehensive coverage in favor of the less expensive Full Glass coverage. You would lose some of the other benefits of the comprehensive policy, but these become less critical in many older cars.

Answered August 16, 2011 by Anonymous

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