Which of the following damages is covered Under Part D-Coverage for Damage to the Insured's Auto?
A) Mechanical breakdown not resulting from total theft.
C) Wear and tear.
Part D-Coverage for Damage to the Insured's Auto provides other than collision (comprehensive) coverage and collision coverage. Other than collision coverage protects against almost all accidental damage, with the exception of coverage provided under collision, including fire, theft, explosion, earthquake, windstorm, missiles, falling objects, hail, water, flood, vandalism and malicious mischief, riot and civil commotion, glass breakage, and collision with birds or animals, wild or domestic. Damage from wear and tear, freezing and mechanical breakdown, and electrical breakdown (unless resulting from total theft of the auto) are excluded. Road damage to tires is also excluded.