car was parked and got it, woke up to find the car rear side damaged , does full coverage insurance covers damages
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Insurance Question from North Hollywood, CA
Asked on 09/06/2019
car was parked and got it, woke up to find the car rear side damaged , does full coverage insurance covers damages car was parked and got hit, woke up to find the car rear side damaged , does full coverage insurance covers damages. can u explain how the process to fix car and engine overheating, and muffler damaged. however the car starts.
Answer given on September 26, 2019
If your parked car was damaged, and you have full coverage insurance on the car, you do have insurance for the repairs to the car. Your deductible for collision coverage will apply, but you will not be charged or have your insurance rates affected due to the incident.
Call your insurance company or agent and report the claim. Some insurance companies have special agreements with repair shops and you can take the car to them for the estimate rather than waiting for the insurance company to send someone. You do not have to use that repair shop, but many insurance companies will provide a lifetime guarantee on the repairs if you use their preferred repair shop.
You should also report the incident to the police, in case they are able to find the other driver so you could get your deductible reimbursed.
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