Direct Car Excess Insurance – FREE quote for your hire car excess insurance

If your hire car insurance doesn’t cover everything and you’re worried about possible excess payments, let Direct Car Excess Insurance give you the peace of mind you need, for just £2.99/day. Click here and get a free quote now!

From Direct Car Excess Insurance website:

What is Car Hire Excess Insurance? 
When you hire a car, the rental price will usually include insurance which covers you for accidents and theft. However, if your rental car is damaged or stolen, you may still have a large excess to pay.
When you collect your rental car, the rental company may offer their own additional insurance which will reduce your excess to zero. However, this could be very expensive and may only be available at the rental counter.
Buying ahead with Direct Car Excess Insurance could offer you a cheaper deal and provide you with peace of mind that your excess charges will be reimbursed if you have an accident or if your rental car is stolen. Direct Car Excess Insurance will also cover you for damage to tyres, the windscreens and undercarriage which are usually excluded from the rental company’s insurances. We also cover you for stolen baggage, rental key replacement costs and administration charges.

What Does it Cover?
Up to £6,000 excess reimbursement for car hire per claim in the UK and abroad
Damage to tyres, the windscreen and the undercarriage
Theft of secured baggage
Rental key replacement costs
Policyholder and all additional named drivers aged 21 to 85 covered
Same price whatever your age

What Is Not Covered?
Direct Car Excess Insurance is not a replacement for your hire car insurance, which you will still need to purchase from your car hire company (if it's not already included in the rental price). Following an accident or theft, your car hire company will usually deduct the excess from your credit card - you will have to pay this and it can run into many hundreds of pounds. Direct Car Excess Insurance can reimburse you for this excess payment.
Please note: insured drivers must be UK residents aged between 21 and 85. There is no cover for travel in Crimea, Cuba, North Korea, Syria, Iran or countries where the Foreign Office has warned against all but essential travel. Certain types of vehicle are not covered, these are listed in the policy document and frequently asked questions. These policies do not cover electrical or mechanical breakdown. Please see the policy document for full details of the cover and the terms, conditions and exclusions that apply.

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