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A friend of mine works at his dad's auto body shop in Colorado. They frequently repair hail damaged cars because it's so common there. It's his dad's specialty lol
 

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A friend of mine works at his dad's auto body shop in Colorado. They frequently repair hail damaged cars because it's so common there. It's his dad's specialty lol
In the spring and summer I'm glued to the weather reports/hail projections... I have a garage but I still have to go to work... lol. 2 years ago I was the lucky recipient of hail damage on the 4th of July at a friends house a couple miles from home. Fortunately a whimpy tree saved the roof and I only had light dings on the hood and trunk that were easily repaired with PDR.

I'm looking to pick up an older 4WD vehicle to use in the mtns, maybe a Pilot or something. Then the Accerddd will spend most of the late spring tucked away in the garage haha; the only true hail protection.
 

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Wow...learn something new every day. In Long Island NY I've personally only seen damaging (golf-ball-sized) hail in my area twice, and then only in very localized areas (like a square mile.)
In your case I think a better hail cover would be comprehensive coverage on your insurance policy.
 

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Colorado front range. Between May and July we can have damaging hail nearly every day. I think the top 5 states for hail are Texas, Kansas, Colorado, Nebraska and South Dakota.
I’ve been following this because I visit Colorado Springs every year in May-June. The hailstorms there are NO JOKE. I’m likely to invest in an outdoor cover for my Accord when I drive out there this year.

Some protection is better than no protection.

Thankfully, here at home in Cleveland, hail is rare and when it does occur, it’s small.
 
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