“I rented a car in late June to drive to southern Victoria with my family. On our way to Melbourne, we hit a kangaroo at a very slow speed.It damaged a fog light and broke the bumper. The result was a big repair bill. Thankfully, I bought Tripcover insurance for the trip. After I got the invoice from the car rental company, I filled in the claim form and attached the invoice, rental contract and damage report to the insurance company. They asked for the detailed invoice and within about 10 days, i got my reimbursement less a small amount. I would use Tripcover again.” Alf
And don’t for get that AAA members can now use their 16 digit membership card number to get a 5% discount with Tripcover.
Now all AAA Australian members can use their 16 digit membership number to secure a 5% discount. Along with using your PayPal account you can save 7% on your next car rental excess insurance policy with Tripcover and Allianz Global Assistance
Rental cars are costly. If the upfront hire fees aren’t enough, there are lots of other charges that can double the cost. That can be anything from increased insurance costs to reduce excesses, to hiring a child seat.
If you know how the system works, however, it’s possible to minimise costs.
If you’re booking a hire car, the first thing to do is to use comparison engines that list more than one rental car company……more>
Simply have the car rental agreement in your company’s name and away you go.
Reduce your corporate rate with the car rental company and save. Just let them know that
you do not need their CDW or Collision Damage Waiver to cover your company’s excess
anymore and each time you take a rental out get one of our policies for the employee.