Daily car hire excess insurance policy £3.99 @ insurance4carhire with 16.5% back on TCB = £3.33
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Daily car hire excess insurance policy £3.99 @ insurance4carhire with 16.5% back on TCB = £3.33

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Found 22nd Jun 2016
Wave goodbye to expensive excess waivers and say hello to insurance4carhire - and earn cashback rewards with these great deals. They offer low-cost alternatives to the expensive car hire excess insurance policies offered by car hire.

TCB 16.5% (premium member).

This could save you £15/ day
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If it's still the same then the annual policy is good value if you hire regularly
I use Questor via a cashback site and use the MSE discount code. Works out at around £2 per day.

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Take out their annual policy as could be much cheaper if you have a couple of holidays a year. Its £39.99 a year in Europe plus cashback which works out just under £34.
Heat as until I read the terms I'd never thought that these policies would cover Car Clubs - we don't own a car and use Zipcar every few weeks, and an annual policy from here is much cheaper than going through Zipcar for excess coverage.
Garyn

Take out their annual policy as could be much cheaper if you have a … Take out their annual policy as could be much cheaper if you have a couple of holidays a year. Its £39.99 a year in Europe plus cashback which works out just under £34.



Agree,annual policy is much better value,unless you are only hiring for a few days.
keep in mind though that you will normally need a credit card to cover the amount of the excess if you aren't going to but the rental companies insurance. I rent every few weeds in Spain and they block about 1200 each time. I have never had any problems but you do need to stand your ground when the reps insist on trying to get you to buy insurance.
As with all these things, it is only good value if they actually pay up when required. I have read good reports on insurance4carhire (but not many) but I haven't really been able to get any feedback on Questor or Leisure Guard regarding whether they pay out painlessly. If anyone has experiences, either good or bad, regarding teh payouts of these companies it would be useful. Getting cheap insurance that won't pay is worse than getting no insurance at all (unless legally required to have it of course).
chedixon

Try Leisure … Try Leisure guard;http://leisureguard.insureforcars.com/?utm_source=MSE.CDW&utm_medium=MSECDW20&utm_term=MSECDW&utm_content=Campaign&utm_campaign=MSECDW20Use code MSE20 for 20% discount.I got 15 days cover for under £30



​That's not a good deal.
I rent about 5 times a year in Spain and have their annual policy. I have never had to claim but a friend of mine had two claims in a year and had no problem with them paying out. As previously mentioned most car hire company will either take or block the excess amount, around 800 euros, even if you have this policy but I've always had mine refunded with no problems.
No idea why somebody edited my image so I put it back
In the end I bought leisureguard ins as well for £3.60, thx for link
COLD for the picture.
ChildofGod

COLD for the picture.



Not meant for powders
why post a lady like this, when it's unrelated deal? she's promoting prostituting
she's just a model promoting Mercedes, honest day's wage
luvsadealdealdeal

she's just a model promoting Mercedes, honest day's wage



Does your daughter model for Mercedes ?
emiratesstadium

​That's not a good deal.


That's not a good comment (no explanation why??)
Edited by: "chedixon" 28th Jun 2016
chedixon

That's not a good comment (no explanation why??)



Because you can get 365 days cover for £10 more
That image says a lot about you
magicbeans

That image says a lot about you



Dragging up an old thread say a lot a about you! X)

GAVINLEWISHUKD

Dragging up an old thread say a lot a about you! X):p


haha!!! good to see u!!
Not exactly an old thread
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