Getting into an accident and needing extensive body work done is never fun – especially because it means you’ll be without transportation for a while. While you could rely on public transportation, a rental car is a more convenient way to stay mobile while your vehicle is in the shop.
A common question many people have is whether a rental car is covered by their insurance. If you weren’t at fault for the accident, it’s generally relatively easy to have the at-fault insurance company cover the cost of a rental car that is comparable to the vehicle that was in the accident. If you were the one at fault, or the at-fault insurance company is putting off making a decision on reimbursement, then it’s time to turn to your own insurance policy.
Knowing Your Policy
With most insurance policies, a rental car isn’t automatically included. Generally, you will have to add on or look for a policy that includes a rental reimbursement, which is available from most insurance carriers and tends to be relatively inexpensive. We recommend taking a look at your policy before you need to use it to make sure that it has the coverage you’ll need.
We understand that navigating the ins and outs of insurance can be confusing, but our complete insurance coordination makes it easy! Let us know that you’ll need a rental car, and our customer service staff will handle all the details and make sure you have reliable transportation while we restore your vehicle back to its pre-accident condition.