Should I keep those 2 on the insurance or should I take them off of the insurance????
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Insurance Question from Cumberland, RI
Asked on 02/03/2017
Should I keep those 2 on the insurance or should I take them off of the insurance???? I owned a 2003 Toyota Sienna CE, 91,000 miles on it and in fair condition. I went on KBB.com to see what's the value of my van, it says "Trade-in Range" $1,009 - $1,628 & "Trade-in Value" $1,319 .I have Comprehensive & Collision on my Progressive insurance policy in R.I., I don't drive that much anymore and I drive 2 or 3 days per a month.
Answer given on February 06, 2017
Based on the information you have provided, it is probably not financially feasible to continue collision coverage on the Toyota. It is most likely the vehicle will be considered a total loss if there is an accident and you most likely have a deductible of $250 or more, you would not receive much money for the vehicle.Comprehensive insurance is much less costly and it includes glass breakage, vandalism and rodent damage. Even with a $50 or $100 deductible it is not expensive to continue this insurance. Review the cost of the comprehensive coverage and decide if you are concerned with the possible damages. Glass and vandalism would most likely not involve a total loss, so it may be ok to continue that insurance coverage. However, if you have financial difficulties you may want to drop that insurance coverage to save the money.
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