What you need to know about auto insurance coverage
Kemper Auto Insurance covers most auto insurance claims, so you’re unlikely to be charged a deductible.
But you’ll also be responsible for the full cost of repairs, and there are certain expenses you’ll have to pay for.
If you’re looking for an affordable auto insurance policy that’s flexible, and covers all of your coverage needs, Kemp’s Auto Insurance is a good choice.
Kempen Insurance Kempert Auto Insurance offers comprehensive coverage for a variety of types of auto repairs, including paint, body, roof, wheels, tires, suspension, engine, suspension hardware, and brakes.
If the cost of your repair is in excess of $200,000, you’ll pay $10,000.
The policy covers all repairs that are not covered by your current coverage, including bodywork and bodywork accessories.
For more details, go to the Kemplan Insurance page.
KTM Auto Insurance KTM offers comprehensive auto insurance for a broad range of parts and repairs.
If your repairs are within the $500,000 to $1 million deductible, you will pay a $50,000 deductible.
For repairs under $1,000 per vehicle, you pay $75,000 and cover all repairs.
For $50 per month, you can pay the entire deductible or a portion of it, whichever is less.
If a repair costs more than $500 and you don’t want to pay it, you have the option of paying the full deductible plus the full amount of any deductible that exceeds $500.
If any part or component of your car needs to be replaced, KTM will cover the full price of the repair.
If repairs are more than half the price, the cost will be split between the insured and the covered, based on your vehicle’s mileage.
You may also be eligible for a deductible waiver if the deductible is less than the deductible that was previously listed on your policy.
If KTM is not the one to take care of your repairs, you may be eligible to have your coverage reduced.
To get your quote, call KTM toll free at 1-800-521-9090.
All-Access Auto Insurance All Access Auto Insurance pays for the entire repair.
The insurance company will cover most types of repairs with a maximum of $50.
If there’s a deductible or the full coverage cost of the parts is less, the policy covers the full repair cost.
If it’s more, you’re responsible for a portion.
If this policy has a deductible and the full cover cost of a part is less that $100,000 or less, you won’t pay any deductible.
All Access will also cover any vehicle maintenance that’s not covered under the current coverage.
If maintenance costs exceed $100 per vehicle or more, it will pay the full costs.
If all costs are covered, the coverage will be reduced.
If All Access’s coverage is reduced or canceled, the remaining balance of your policy may be refunded.
If coverage is terminated, your car is still covered, but the cost is subject to the deductible and insurance limits.
See All Access Insurance for more details.