7 things to know about rental car coverage
After a car accident, you have enough things to worry about. Getting to work the next day shouldn’t be one of them.
We’ve all been there—and arranging alternate transportation while your vehicle is in a repair shop can be a hassle. But rental reimbursement coverage can help alleviate some stress after an accident while also saving you money.
Here are seven things you should know about before buying rental car reimbursement coverage:
1. It’s optional. Rental reimbursement coverage does not automatically apply after an accident. As an optional coverage, it must be purchased separately. A common misconception is that auto insurance automatically covers the cost of a replacement rental car. In reality, you often have to select this coverage and apply it to the policy.