There are only a few ways to prevent damage from hail to your vehicle. Firstly, some vehicles are manufactured with stronger steel that resists damage when hit by hail. Secondly, is not driving in weather that is likely to produce hail and keeping your vehicle parked in a garage or parking structure whereby hail does not hit the vehicle at all. Thirdly, some of the better grades of car covers would probably help to prevent this type of damage while parked and again, don't drive in bad hail producing weather.
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There is no car cover you will protect a car from major hail storms. You will either need to take you car to a parking garage or buy a top to put above your driveway.
yes, but insurance normally will just say it is totaled and write you a check for the value of a car. its cheaper
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Your car will depreciate depending on the size of the dents. A few dents will be different from a hundred dents. Carfax has a category for hail damage.
Yes! And so can hail.
No. Hail damage to a car is covered by the comprehensive (sometimes called "other than collision" or "comp") portion of your auto insurrance policy.
You should be prevented from being ejected from the car.
DONT DRIVE YOUR CAR!