How to Save Money

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      speaking of car rental places… it not their responsibility to make sure a person renting one of their cars has insurance or makes them buy their insurance? My son had this happen and someone hit him while driving a rental….will the rental place give him copies of all his rental records? no….and he cannot prove anything because his backpack with all important papers including his identity were stolen.

      Elizabeth Farnsworth

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      From: Karen Pierce
      Sent: Thursday, January 31, 2008 5:16 AM
      Subject: Re: : Re:How to Save Money

      What the rental car companies want to charge you for is their deductible with their insurance company. If their deductible is $1,000, which isn’t at all unusual, that is what they will charge you, unless you pay for their insurance — which is outrageous in cost, especially since all you are doing is buying coverage for their deductible.

      Check with your auto insurance carrier — most of them treat rental cars as “temporary replacement vehicles” and cover you for damage to rental cars, up to $1,000.


      Thomas & Tracy Harris <> wrote:
      shoot, must be something with Chicago area, I got a letter a couple of weeks ago that I,

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