Find out the difference between single trip and annual car hire excess insurance.
Although there are differences in the levels of cover (more on that below), but the key difference is that with a single trip policy, you’ll have to take out a new policy every time you get a new car rental agreement.
Annual car hire excess insurance policies, on the other hand, allow you to cover your excess for up to 60 days at a time as many times as you like over the course of 12 months. You won’t need to take out more than one policy - just pay once and you’re covered for the year.
Level of cover
Our single trip and annual car excess insurance policies offer slightly different levels of protection. It's therefore important you check the policy cover before you buy to ensure you have the correct cover in place for you car hire adventure.
- Learn more about our Single Trip Car Hire Excess Insurance
- Learn more about our Annual Worldwide Car Hire Excess Insurance
- Learn more about our Annual Europe Car Hire Excess Insurance
Do you need to make a claim?
If you’ve suffered from damage or loss of your hire vehicle due to theft, and you’ve purchased an insurance4carhire hire car excess insurance policy, we’re ready to help.
A guide to car hire costs
We like to think our car excess insurance is nice and straightforward. Your car rental agreement however, might not be so easy to understand. With this in mind, we’ve put together a guide to car hire costs.
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