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One significant benefit for drivers in the Sunshine State is Florida Statute §627.7288, which allows individuals with comprehensive insurance coverage to have their cracked or broken windshield replaced for free. In addition, motorists who have combined additional coverage also qualify for free windshield repair.

Unfortunately, many drivers are only aware of this Florida statute once their insurance provider or repair shop informs them of it. With the vast system of interstate highways and thousands of large commercial vehicles on the road that Florida drivers deal with daily, the chances of sustaining a cracked windshield are very high.

If your windshield is damaged in some way and you have comprehensive or combined additional insurance coverage, fill this form: to get a replacement without any cost to you.

What Is Comprehensive Insurance?

Comprehensive insurance pays to replace or repair your vehicle if it is damaged or stolen in an incident, not due to a collision. Comprehensive coverage will pay for windshield damage caused by the following actions:

  • Falling objects

  • Vandalism

  • Damage caused by a rock or other debris

  • Fire

  • Damage from animals

  • Damage from rioters

Even though insurance coverage generally requires policyholders to pay a deductible for repairs, Florida law dictates that car owners will pay nothing to repair or replace their windshields if the owner has comprehensive coverage.

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