When you arrange your car rental with CompareAutoRentals.com, the car rental supplier might include collision damage waiver, third party insurance cover and theft protection insurance cover as part of the car rental price. Note that most car rental suppliers require a deposit to be paid by credit card on collection of your rental car to cover your liability for any excess due on your collision damage waiver. You may wish to take the additional insurance to cover any excess that may be due in the event of damage to or theft of your rental car, for example, our Super protection coverage.
THE MINIMUM REQUIRED INSURANCE FOR YOUR RENTAL IS INCLUDED. SHOULD YOU SIGN FOR OR PURCHASE ANY ADDITIONAL INSURANCES FROM YOUR CAR RENTAL SUPPLIER. COMPAREAUTORENTALS.COM CANNOT BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR THESE ADDITIONAL CHARGES.
Your car rental contract does not include any insurance to cover personal injury or accident to you and we strongly recommend that you purchase additional insurance to cover this, as well as the cost of cancelling your car rental contract and any repatriation that you need. If you are hiring your car as part of a holiday abroad, your travel insurance policy may cover these.
In common with most car rental companies, the insurance cover included in the contract price does not cover damage to or theft of tyres (including punctures), wheels, windscreens, the interior of the vehicle, contents of the car in the event of theft, undercarriage, roof damage (if roof rack is fitted), wing mirrors and coded keys (whether lost or locked in vehicle).
Rental cars are not covered under insurance when driving on unmade roads or taken into another country without prior notification/permission, or if you drive under the influence of alcohol or drugs. The renter may therefore be liable for the cost of any damage.
See the terms of the insurances and the suppliers terms and conditions.