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Guide to understanding your auto repair estimate

Your estimate cover sheet

The cover sheet of your estimate includes important information such as:

(A) Claim contact information (B) Claim number (C) Inspection/Repair Facility (D) Vehicle information

Your estimate detail

This is where the details about your damaged vehicle can be found

(E) Line numbers (F) Operation (G) Estimate details (H) Quantity (I) Extended price (J) Labor (K) Paint
A
A

Claim contact information

Your Travelers claim professional's contact information.
B

Claim number

Your claim number and other claim detail.
C

Inspection/Repair Facility

The inspection and repair facility location, if applicable.
D
D

Vehicle information

Your vehicle information and options.
E

Line numbers

The line item number of each damaged vehicle part.
F

Operation

The repair action needed per damaged line item.
G

Estimate details

The details describing the activity or items being estimated.
H

Quantity

The number of units for an item.
I

Extended price

The retail price of each line item.
J

Labor

The repair hours required for each line item, if applicable.
K

Paint

The painting or refinishing hours required for each line item, if applicable.
L

Subtotal

The subtotal cost for any parts, labor and supply costs related to your vehicle repairs.
M

Total

The total cost for any parts, labor and supply costs related to your vehicle repairs after sales tax.
N

Deductible

The amount of the loss paid by you. A deductible is generally a specified dollar amount or a percentage of your policy limit.
O

Net Cost of Repairs

The total cost of repairs after your deductible has been applied.