Comp (a.k.a Comprehensive or Other Than Collision) and Collision are physical damage insurance coverages on a personal or business auto insurance policy.
Collision coverage provides reimbursement for damage to your vehicle after you’ve been in a car accident in which there is no fault or you are at-fault. Comp provides reimbursement for a set of named perils that include, fire, hit an animal, falling object, car get’s struck by lightning and more.
Comp will often be provided in conjunction with full glass coverage but is technically a separate part of the auto insurance policy.
Watch this video “What is the difference between comp and collision coverage?” for more details:
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