Different circumstances and limits of coverage may apply depending upon your insurance company and policy, so review your insurance documents or talk to your agent for coverage specifics.
CPE (Custom Parts or Equipment) Coverage
Your automobile insurance policy may limit or exclude coverage for Custom Parts or Equipment, but you may be able to add some coverage or increase the amount that your policy will pay for physical damage coverage to equipment, devices, accessories, enhancements, and changes, other than those which are original manufacturer installed. If your vehicle has custom rims, an expensive stereo system, or other visual enhancements, you might want to talk to your agent about whether you can add or increase your CPE coverage.
Rental Reimbursement can usually be purchased for any vehicle that has collision coverage. It provides coverage for rental car costs to temporarily replace an insured auto due to a covered loss. Different circumstances and limits of coverage may apply depending upon your insurance company and policy, so review your insurance documents or talk to your agent for coverage specifics.
Darnielle Insurance is available to answer your questions.
We are located at 1320 28th Street West, Billings, MT 59102.
Give us a call at 406-652-4180.
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