Coverage for a Rental Car Why You Need It

rentalcarYour ready to go, walk outside and discover you have no means of transportation. Your vehicle has been stolen. Your plans at the moment have been changed. Another loss of your vehicle could be if you have an accident and your vehicle is in the shop for repairs. For many of us, the loss is a large inconvenience. How will you get to work, take the kids to school, just plain out go where you need to go.

Now you call the local authorities, call your insurance company and are probably looking through your coverage for what is covered if my car is stolen or if it needs repairs due to an accident.

Will your insurance company provide you with a rental car?

Check your policy, see if you have purchased rental vehicle coverage. This coverage does vary, but most companies pay up to a specified amount per day for a length of time specified in your coverage.

Find out when your coverage ends. Is it when your vehicle is repaired, the stolen vehicle coverage paid, or after a specified period. You need to know where you stand.

Taking a few minutes now to go over your policy, can save you hardship and expenses later.

Call us today to get your questions answered. 863-453-3903 or

visit our website budgetbirite.com fill out the form and we will have an agent contact you within 24 hours.

 We find insurance that meets every budget!Ask us about deductibles as low as $100.00.

Ashley Bishop Owner/Agent

Budget Bi Rite Insurance, Inc

Serving all of Florida

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One Comment on “Coverage for a Rental Car Why You Need It”

  1. chaneysusedcars says:

    Reblogged this on Chaney's Used Cars.

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