Can I remove comprehensive from auto insurance without removing collision?

Comprehensive auto insurance pays for damages to your car caused by things such as flooding, vandalism, a rock hitting your windshield, etc.  If you carry a lien on your car, then you are required to have both comprehensive and collision on your car.  Once the lien is paid off, it is up to the owner of the car whether or not they want to carry these insurance coverages. You can remove comprehensive insurance coverage without removing collision, because collision covers damages to your car caused by a motor vehicle accident whereas comprehensive covers other types of damage.

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