Van Hire Excess Insurance

Van hire excess insurance for £9.99 a day. Protect yourself against claims excess charges if your rental van is stolen or damaged.

Van Hire Excess Insurance

  • Includes up to seven additional drivers, provided that they are named on the rental agreement
  • Covers the excess on damage and theft up to £6,500 for any single incident
  • Includes damage to the windows, tyres, wheels, headlights, undercarriage and roof
  • Misfueling cover up to £500 any single incident
  • Unintentional lock-out up to £60 and loss of rental keys up to £500
  • Rental periods up to 60 continuous days

Van Hire Excess Insurance Exclusions

  • Does not cover trucks, commercial vehicles and vans with an unloaded weight of more than 3.5 Tonnes
  • Only available for rentals within the United Kingdom, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man
  • Excludes damage to the interior or contents of the vehicle

Van Hire Excess Insurance Policy Documents

Did you know that if your rental van is stolen or damaged, you may be liable for an excess charge even if it wasn't your fault? This could leave you hundreds - or even thousands - of pounds out of pocket.

Excess reduction policies bought directly through the van rental company can often be expensive and may not even cover the entire excess cost, meaning you may still be liable for a costly excess charge in the event of an accident. The simple way to ensure that you're protected is to take out van hire excess protection from insuremyvanhire.

Daily Van Excess Protection Excess cover is a voluntary insurance. Decline the van rental company's excess cover at the counter when you collect the van. If the van is damaged or stolen, the van rental company will charge your credit card for the excess amount and you then claim for full reimbursement on your policy from insuremyvanhire. We insure the policy holder, not the rental vehicle.

You will need to ensure your credit card has enough credit to cover the full excess amount at the time of collecting the van, as the rental company may reserve the funds on your card even if you are not charged.