Compare Car Hire Excess Insurance

Compare Car Hire Excess Insurance
  • Protect yourself against a large excess bill if your rented car is in an accident, is stolen or vandalised
  • Save up to 90% over the cost car hire firms charge for excess insurance**
  • Automatic cover for tyres, wheels, roof, underbody or windscreen - all excluded from car rental firms cover.

Are you concerned about facing a large bill for a scratch on a wing, a punctured tyre or a chip in the windscreen, and tired of being asked for silly money at the car rental desk for cover that has too many exclusions?

Well you don't need to any longer. MoneyMaxim have policies starting from under £2 a day that will mean you can hire a car without worry.

Policies not only cover the excesses (policy limits can be as high as £50,000), damage to tyres, wheels glass and other areas normally excluded by rental companies but also can provide against the costs involved with misfuelling, lost keys, personal accident insurance and much more.

Many policies also cover

full breakdown cover so you can avoid paying extra for the top up breakdown cover some rental firms are now offering.

So visit our car hire excess insurance comparison service now and get a quotation - you won't believe how little it costs!

*We offer discounts from a number of partners on our site. We do not promote individual percentage savings, as this might lead a user to choose their policy on the discount rather than the features, benefits and ultimate cost of the policy, which is the best way to choose cover. The 33% discount relates to daily worldwide excess insurance policies from carhireexcess. These are currently offered through MoneyMaxim at £2.64 compared to £3.99 per day directly from the insurer. Other policies from the company and other insurers are also discounted.

**Hertz charge £35.17 per day for Super Cover (Excess Waiver) to cover a Compact sized car hired for four days in Milan Malpensa Italy (correct as at 16th January 2017).

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This content was last reviewed on 16/01/2017

Category: Auto Insurance

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