Welcome to Part 3 of Time Off the Clock with Block!
Now that we've figured out state-minimum liability limits are too low and that a high deductible is not all it’s cracked up to be, what other mistake could you be making on your auto insurance?
Mistake #3: Not adding full-glass coverage to your car insurance policy
Imagine this. You’re driving down the highway, singing along to the radio and you hear the dreaded ‘thunk!’ of a rock bouncing off the front windshield. Not only did it interrupt your solo but now you have a cracked windshield to fix! Sound familiar? It should because the most common insurance claim we see is to repair or replace your vehicle’s glass. Full glass coverage is usually not included and must be added to your policy. Even though it is only a few extra dollars per month, most people elect not to have it on their car insurance.
Is it worth it?
The answer is YES! The average cost to repair a broken window or windshield is approximately $600. If you have full glass coverage, you won’t have to pay your deductible to repair or replace your windshield. Now that’s a win!
So, when you are shopping for insurance, make sure you ask about adding full-glass coverage to your auto insurance.
As always thanks for taking Time Off the Clock with Block!
Car insurance can be a bit tricky to get it just right, but if you avoid these 3 mistakes, you will be hitting the road with confidence in no time! Still have questions or want to compare your coverages? Give us a call at 870-236-8744!