What is the difference between comprehensive coverage and full coverage?
The difference between full coverage and comprehensive insurance is that full coverage is a car insurance policy that includes both comprehensive and collision insurance along with the state’s minimum requirements. Comprehensive insurance covers damage to a car from things other than accidents, like theft or fire.
What is not covered by comprehensive insurance?
Comprehensive policies do not cover damage to another person’s property, any medical expenses or the value of items stolen from your car. Damage that is covered by collision insurance is not covered by comprehensive insurance.
Is comprehensive coverage part of full coverage?
Is comprehensive insurance full coverage? Comprehensive insurance is one of several types of coverage often referred to as full coverage insurance when purchased together. Also included in full coverage insurance are liability and collision insurance, plus uninsured motorist coverage in some states.