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Summer is here and it’s almost time for your holiday. You’ve booked your travel, your accommodation and your hire car. However, to ensure you don’t end your holiday in dispute with your car hire company, we’ve compiled 10 top tips to help you save money and avoid some of the most common rip offs.
Car hire damage waiver insurance is simply a somewhat fancy way of describing what British drivers know as hire car insurance. It is called a damage waiver because it is an agreement under which the rental company agrees to waive at least some of its rights to charge the individual hiring the car for damage to the vehicle.
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How is it generally possible to measure the money you are saving through the purchase of any kind of insurance?
The vast majority of customers might never think to look for car hire insurance. After all, if you are hiring a car in many parts of the world, the price you are quoted already includes what seems to be an adequate insurance package – it typically meets local legislation with respect to third party cover and usually includes a degree of protection against loss or accidental damage to the vehicle itself.
As if some terms were not confusing enough to begin with – especially when it comes to insurance – different terms may be used when you are in America to those you generally use in the UK and Europe.
It is probably not very often that you hear about buying insurance that might actually end up saving you money, but one of the – probably surprising – instances is when you buy car rental insurance.