Cosmetic damage definition

Cosmetic damage means superficial blemishes or defects that do not interfere with the functionality of the component or system.
Cosmetic damage means a degree of physical damage that simply refers to impairment of only the appearance of a covered item, but not its functionality and does not prevent the Equipment being used for its intended purpose.
Cosmetic damage as applied to a vehicle, means damage to custom or performance aftermarket equipment, audio-visual accessories, nonfactory-sized tires and wheels, custom paint, and external hail damage. "Cosmetic damage" does not include (i) damage to original equipment and parts installed by the manufacturer or (ii) damage that requires any repair to enable a vehicle to pass a safety inspection pursuant to § 46.2-1157. The cost for cosmetic damage repair shall not be included in the cost to repair the vehicle when determining the calculation for a nonrepairable vehicle.

Examples of Cosmetic damage in a sentence

  • Cosmetic damage, underground items, or items not permanently installed.

  • Cosmetic damage, however caused, that does not affect the manufacturer’s intended use.

  • Cosmetic damage, including scratches, dents, chips or other damage to the finish of the product, unless such damage results from defects in materials or workmanship and is reported to LG within seven (7) calendar days from the date of delivery.

  • Cosmetic damage, which does not affect the functionality, will not be repaired/replaced.

  • Cosmetic damage to case or cabinetry or other non-operating parts or components which does not affect the functionality or the covered product.


More Definitions of Cosmetic damage

Cosmetic damage as applied to a vehicle, means damage to custom or performance aftermarket
Cosmetic damage means superficial blemishes or defects that do not interfere with the
Cosmetic damage means dents, scratches, screen cracks that do not obscure the viewing pane, or damage to the back panel not affecting the functionality of the insured item;
Cosmetic damage means dents, scratches, screen cracks that do not obscure the viewing pane, or other damage which does not affect the functionality of the insured item;
Cosmetic damage means dents, scratches, screen cracks or damage on the back that does not affect the functionality of the insured device;
Cosmetic damage means superficial blemishes or defects that do not
Cosmetic damage means any kind of marring, pitting or other superficial damage which may alter the appearance, but does not prohibit it from functioning as intended.