Which coverage, comprehensive or collision, covers damages from others opening their doors into my car?

Which coverage, comprehensive or collision, covers damages from others opening their doors into my car?

I recently found a couple of dings and paint scratches on my car. They are likely from people carelessly opening their doors and hitting my car. They are not a result of a car accident with the car being driven (aka moving), nor was it damaged on a road.Does comprehensive auto insurance covers these damages?


Each ding would be it's own separate claim - since each ding happened at different times. Your deductible would be applied to each one.Therefore, it's not worth it to make an insurance claim since the damage would be less than your deductible.If you want to get the dings taken care of, contact a Paint-less Dent Repair (PDR) company in your area.



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