Yes, for all short term (less than 28 days) rentals.
Insurance is shown separately for our longer term rental offers; it is possible to provide your own insurance for both short and long term rentals (generally for companies only).
The insurance cover indemnifies authorised driver(s) and meets UK RTA legal requirements.
We cover you for claims made if you injure or kill a 3rd party, or if you cause damage to their property. Cover is also provided for loss or damage to the vehicle, subject to our terms and conditions.
You will have to pay up to the excess amount shown in the table below every time you damage our vehicle.
Note: Accepting the Collision Damage Waiver charge reduces the excess to £100.
Loss or damage to any transported property is not covered by our insurance. Your home insurance may cover transported items but we suggest you check this beforehand.
CDW reduces the maximum amount of insurance excess that you are liable for to £100 (not available for 17 seat minibuses).
No, CDW is an extra charge you can accept when setting up the Rental Agreement.
There are some circumstances where you will be liable for the full cost of any damage. These include:
You must stop driving and contact us immediately if the vehicle develops a fault. We will assess the situation and if required arrange breakdown cover. This will help prevent more vehicle damage from occurring.
Theft Waiver means you are only liable for the insurance excess in the event of a theft, attempted theft or damage as a result of theft or attempted theft. This applies up to the value of the vehicle but excludes off the road and recovery costs.
There are some circumstances where Theft Waiver will not apply. These include:
We do allow this, but it is usually only corporate hirers who are able to cover vehicles on their own insurance. Cover must be comprehensive and valid for the type of vehicle hired. We must also have a copy of your insurance certificate. Please contact us for more details.