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RAN OVER SOMETHING IN NISSAN ALTIMA, IMMEDIATLEY WE KNEW IT MESSED UP THE RADIATOR, IS THERE ANYTHING ELSE WE SHOULD BE CONCERNED ABOUT? OVERHEATED OBVIOUSLY, MAKING NOISE, THEN JUST STOPPED WORKING

RAN OVER ANIMAL IN ROAD ON TEXAS INTERSTATE, UNK WHAT KIND. WE KNOW THE RADIATOR IS MESSED UP IS THERE ANY OTHER PARTS OR UNDER THE HOOD ISSUES TO BE CHECKED. DOES ANYONE KNOW IF ALLSTATE FULL COVERAGE INSURANCE COVERS THESE TYPE OF ACCIDENTS?

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Insurance SHOULD cover this. Have a shop check it out for damage. Insurance may pay for towing also. There could be damage to the Air Conditioning components and fans as well as other damage.

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