Full glass coverage is an additional physical damage coverage which can be purchased on a personal or business auto insurance policy.
However, full glass coverage often needs to be purchased in conjunction with comp coverage. Full glass coverage adds glass breakage as an additional named peril to the auto insurance policy. This means you have coverage in the event that a rock gets kicked up off the road it breaks your windshield and in most cases there is NO deductible paid by you.
Full glass coverage does not coverage mirrors on most policies.
Watch this video “How does full glass coverage work?” for more details:
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