Is there a way I can take out monthly car insurance for rental cars rather than paying car rental companies?
I travel for work three days a week and end up paying an extra $60 per day for rental car insurance. Is there a way to avoid the extra fees while still being protected?
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Answered on May 27, 2021
“You may want to look into non owners car insurance, which is a type of liability insurance that can cover you if you drive but don’t own a car. It’s typically 10% cheaper than a standard auto policy.
Also, most standard credit cards will provide free rental collision coverage as long as you use the card to pay for the rental vehicle, so consider taking advantage of this option as well.”
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