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Rental Car and how to save on Insurance

Rental Car and how to save on Insurance


Hey guys! I am in beautiful, sunny, Destin
Florida right now on vacation which made me think it’s a great time to make a little video here to
help educate you on how you can save money on your car insurance when you rent a car.
How that works. Stick around for the details. Hey guys, welcome back! Ronald Hyre here,
Farmers Insurance – Hyre Insurance Agency. Like I said, I am in Destin Florida. This
is actually a Thank You to my clients; I won a trip, that’s why I’m here. I’m here with
my family, we’re almost done we’re having a great time. Finally sunny – had a couple
days of rain. Anyway Rental Car Insurance – how’s it work what’s happening. You currently
have, hopefully, full coverage on your vehicle if you’re renting a car. That coverage extends
to your rental car, so comp and collision. If you have multiple cars – quick tip there
– mark the other cars as storage while you’re gone as long as they’re not going to be driven
of course. But your primary vehicle you want to leave as full coverage because that is
going to extend to your rental car. So that’s how you save a few bucks. The other way is
to lower those deductibles. Because if you’re in a collision in that rental car you have
to pay your deductible. So I would suggest lowering your deductibles to Farmers lowest
of $100 per comp and collision. That will technically increase your rates, however will
only be for that week or two that you’re on vacation. It’s not going to be indefinite
you can change them back when you’re back from vacation. Now how’s that save money?
Well you don’t have to pay the $10-$15 a day, some $20 a day, that the rental car companies
charge for their insurance for their vehicles. So it’s a great way to save. You can utilize
your existing insurance and tweak some coverage’s and hope you have a great time on vacation. Guys have fun. Be Safe. Drive Carefully. Have a great day everyone!

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