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Old 06-13-2012, 10:11 AM   #29
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Disappearing deductible is added on the front end. Call insurance company and they will send out a repair shop at no charge to you and it won't go against you. If they won't, you really picked a winner for insurance.
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Disappearing deductible is added on the front end. Call insurance company and they will send out a repair shop at no charge to you and it won't go against you. If they won't, you really picked a winner for insurance.
Don't know what you mean by " front end ". In Fl we have zero ded on glass and when I had a windshield replaced my disappearing ded appeared again as $ 500 for all other claims. I still say IMHO,, don't bother them for a $69 repair.
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and when I had a windshield replaced my disappearing ded appeared again as $ 500 for all other claims. I still say IMHO,, don't bother them for a $69 repair.
And therein lies the clue to why your deductible went back up. With chip repairs they normally don't.
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You could be right. I really don 't know how they handle chips ,as I haven't or wouldn't submit that to an ins. co. That's just me.
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Had a stone hit the windshield leaving a small chip. Does anyone know if the same procedure used on smaller car windshields will work on MH'S? Another question is has anyone with GMAC ins. had any experience with their reaction to a claim? Thanks!
Had them (GMAC) do a repair in May for a chip on my rig they waived the deductible for the repair. Fixed while I was having lunch in a WM parking lot.
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Just to clear up the whole "raise my premium" because I put in a windshield chip claim...

I received my Progressive renewal quote today. It will be $85 cheaper this year!!

They say "I earned it"...lol

oh, and I did put in a claim to have two windshield chips repaired w/out paying deductable...

Hope this helps clear up the confusion....
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If anybody has their rate go up for a windshield, they need to find another insurance company. I've had 10+ windshields replaced in my MH and trucks and my rates never went up for that.
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