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What Your Auto Insurer Doesn't Want You to Know

Joseph Coupal - Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Industry Secret #2

"State Minimum Coverage"

"Legal for Less"

"Liability Only"

You stretch to make ends meet… you're a great driver, why pay for all that extra insurance? You've never even filed an insurance claim before...

Until now! Just when you think nothing else could go wrong, you’re in an accident. You looked down for one second to see who texted you - and now your car is wrecked.

You call your insurer hoping for help - but they can't - you were at fault and you are not carrying collision or comprehensive coverage. You can't even get reimbursed for a rental until you sort things out. Now your car won't move and you can't afford to repair it. How are you getting to work tomorrow? What should you do with your wrecked car?

If you are lucky, your insurance company already has a custom referral program with DamageMAX and we will buy your total loss car. If not, don't despair - DamageMAX is now open to the public. DamageMAX buys wrecked cars, all over the USA.

If you wrecked your car and simply just don't feel comfortable driving the car again, please consider selling your wrecked car to DamageMAX. DamageMAX will buy your wreck “AS-IS"!

DamageMAX pays MAXimum value for your Damaged vehicle

Call us 24/7/365 at 888-629-2137 or email info@damagemax.com for an instant quote!


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