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Most insurance companies consider the blown tire as a comprehensive claim. Make sure of this by asking the adjuster at the beginning of the claim. If you lost control and hit something then it probably would be a collision. A blown tire that just has damage to the fender well you could probably get them to treat as a comprehensive.

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