It may almost become a matter of habit simply to arrange the necessary insurance at the moment you sign your car rental agreement, just buying the cover that is offered. By taking an alternative path and arranging your car rental excess insurance independently and on a standalone basis you could end up saving yourself money. How so? Here are five reasons.
Have you ever faced the frustration – not to mention the expense – of dealing with an insurance claim following an accident or other damage to a car you have hired?
The recent calamitous flooding in parts of the United Kingdom has brought to the forefront of everybody’s attention how vulnerable the country is during times of wet weather.
If you are new to the subject of excess insurance, some of the following points might help you to see just how potentially useful it might prove to be.
You may be looking forward to the summer months and a holiday abroad and have booked your flights, accommodation and hire car etc. While it is all exciting stuff, do take note of some potential shortcomings relating to car hire insurance.
Here is a quick summarised overview of just how excess cover policies might help you to save money.
If you have been unlucky enough to be involved in some form of a car accident, your most immediate concern might be to ensure that nobody has been injured.
Travel agents can benefit from a new low cost and more comprehensive car hire excess insurance policy, launched today by the online insurance intermediary Bettersafe.