Get peace of mind with the proper glass coverage1
What is auto glass coverage?
If your windshield or door glass is damaged, this coverage provides for a repair or replacement. There are two types of glass coverage: Comprehensive and Full Glass Coverage.
This type of auto coverage automatically includes glass coverage. Comprehensive is the most common type of coverage and it also covers fire, theft and damage.
Full Glass Coverage
This is an additional coverage that can be purchased separately. In the event of a loss you won't have to pay a deductible.2
Comprehensive or Full Glass?
You may pay a deductible with Comprehensive Glass Coverage if you have damaged glass. With Full Glass coverage, you will not have to pay a deductible.
More About Damaged Glass
If your windshield is damaged, you may be able to repair it if the crack or chip is:
- Less than six inches long
- Smaller than a quarter in diameter
- Not located in the driver's line of vision or edge of the windshield
Repairs are made by injecting a heated resin into the crack or hole. These repairs may be made at no cost to you, if your policy includes comprehensive coverage. If you aren't satisfied with the repair or if the crack or chip is too large to repair, you can opt to replace the windshield. However, your deductible may apply.