INSURED’S: If your insurance company is paying for the repairs you may have an endorsement for Loss of Use on your policy. Your insurance policy will spell out the amount of rental coverage exactly or pay Enterprise for your rental. Ask your insurance claims representative for details.
CLAIMANTS: If the other party is paying for the repairs they will provide you with a rental car or if you are not taking a rental they will reimburse you for reasonable transportation while your vehicle is in the repair facility. This should include the daily rate, daily license fee, plus tax.
One challenge for many car accident injury victims is getting a rental car from the insurance company. Waiting for repairs or a check for your totaled car can take time. You still need to get to work if you are able, get your kids to school, and live your life. Obviously, these concerns are more pronounced in one car families.
If you are in an accident as the result of someone’s else mistake, there is usually a path to getting a rental car. The rental vehicle provided should be comparable to the vehicle damaged in the accident. If you were driving a pickup truck, it is not reasonable for your replacement vehicle to be a subcompact.
Getting a rental car after an accident can be a battle. Unless you have suffered injuries, getting a lawyer can be a challenge. This article lays out the best path to helping you get a rental car when the insurance company is trying to deny you the vehicle you are entitled to have..