Waiting until the end of hail season may cause further damage to your vehicle, which may not be repairable. Your insurance may also require you to pay a double deductible, should your vehicle get hit again.
In addition to hail damage, I have vehicle parts that are damaged. Are they covered? The Hail Shop Administrator 2017-03-07T14:28:33+00:00
No. Hail damage is recorded as a comprehensive claim and is at no fault to you. Comprehensive claims and ‘random acts of God’ do not affect your policy. Insurance premiums already take into account hail-prone areas and are not computed on a ‘per-insured’ basis. Much the same that homeowners’ policies in Florida already consider the risk of hurricane damage, so does your insurance policy in regards to hail damage.
The process takes 2-5 business days from start to finish. This includes time to coordinate with your insurance to complete repairs. We handle everything from scheduling your rental car to delivering your repaired vehicle.