Home Car insurance The glossary of car insurance 1. Elementary damage
Everything you need to know about damage caused by natural forces
Damage to the vehicle caused by Natural events are generally covered by partial coverage. This insurance reimburses the cost of natural hazards, i.E. Damage caused by storm wind avalanches, hail, landslides, rockfall, floods and snow loads.
We advise you to refer to the General Insurance Conditions of your insurance coverage to determine which elementary damages are guaranteed by your insurance company.
Partial cover also covers other risks, such as damage as a result of theft, fire, falling objects and parts falling off flying objects (airplanes, aircraft, etc.)…) have loosened and fall down. Find all information about private liability coverage here.
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