When you hire a car anywhere in the world, most countries insist that you also purchase insurance cover. This standard type of insurance covers you for minor repairs that may be required to the car if you are involved in an accident, it may also cover the cost of a car if the vehicle is written-off. However, drivers also have the option to buy additional insurance which provides you with financial protection the standard cover sold with hire cars does not offer. These additional types of car hire excess insurance are Collision Damage Waiver (CDW) & Supplemental Liability Insurance (SLI). Find out everything you need to know about CDW & SLI coverage and how it can work for you via our in-depth guide here.
Guaranteed Asset Protection is often overlooked as an insurance policy. However, if your car is written-off or stolen, a GAP policy could mean you won’t be financially damaged. When you purchase a car, it is important to know that it will very likely depreciate, often much faster than you would expect. Given how quickly cars depreciate, it is not surprising that drivers feel betrayed by their car insurance policies, yet it seems apparent that few drivers in the UK are unaware that there is a solution. Find out everything you need to know about GAP insurance coverage and how it can work for you via our in-depth guide here.
Private excess insurance reimburses the out-of-pocket expenses you are obligated to pay on a private car insurance claim. Every type of insurance policy has an excess clause. The clause states a sum of money that the policyholder must pay. For example, if you are involved in a road accident and want to pay for the repair on your private care insurance, you must pay the excess. We have covered all types of private excess insurance in full here.
Private car excess insurance is a cost-effective way for people to avoid losing a significant financial outlay on a motor insurance policy. Excess insurance covers the cost of the excess stated in your car insurance policy. You may wonder whether you need to pay private car excess insurance if you’re already paying a premium on your car insurance. In this article, we cover the pros & cons, whether it will benefit you financially & how you can make excess cover work in your favour.
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