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Getting into a rental car accident could be frustrating. Usually you are in a city that you don't have the foggiest idea about, a state with laws that you are not familiar with, and you are driving another person's car. This is a formula that can provide for you a huge headache. So here is a review of how rental car  accident claims get handled and settled. When you rent a vehicle, the rental company will ask you for your evidence of insurance. Many of them will ask for your 
 
Declarations Page. They want to see what coverages you have. They will be searching for liability, crash, and complete, in your approach. 
 
 
Liability is because it is needed by law, yet impact and thorough will secure the car you will be driving. 99% of the companies out there will degree coverage to the rental car and the rental company realizes that. 
 
Rental companies will want to know how much your deductible is. Your deductible is the bit of the misfortune that you are "self protecting". For example, if the damage to the car is $5,000 and your deductible is $500, then the insurance company will just pay $4,500 ($5000 - $500 deductible); you will have to pay the $500 out of pocket. Many rental companies will oblige that your deductible be not exactly $500 or you will have to purchase extra insurance at the time of renting the vehicle. 

 
When you rent the car, then rental agent will ask you if you want extra insurance. Three things can happen: you decay all together, you purchase extra insurance, or you purchase a crash damage waiver. Contingent upon which alternative you choose, the rental car accident will be handled differently by your insurance company.
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