Monday 11 June 2012

iCarhireinsurance.com in the Sunday Times Again

iCarhireinsurance.com the car hire excess insurance and van hire excess insurance company was in the Sunday Times earlier this month.

According to iCarhireinsurance.com "The Sunday Times choose iCarhireinsurance.com yet again to feature as the company to buy car hire excess insurance from.

Its brilliant cost saving holiday feature, 'Plan ahead to avoid travel rip-offs', on 3 June 2012, advised readers on how to avoid those hefty charges on everything from flights and car hire to currency and insurance, saving a family £800 if they planned ahead.

In order "not get stung by steep excess fees" which "can be as high as £1,000", it told readers not to buy the rental companies' excess waiver insurance at "up to £20 a day" and instead to "buy excess waiver cover before you go" from iCarhireinsurance.com.

Sunday Times example - To rent a car for two weeks in July from Barcelona airport the excess would be £800. "It would cost £15 a day or £210 for the trip to waive it through Alamo. However, iCarhireinsurance.com will cover the excess for £2.99 a day or £39.99 for an annual policy."

Want to know about iCarhireinsurance.com? Of course you must, then take a look at their advertisement page on the insurance4carrental.com site HERE

After all with all the wet weather about, you might be thinking of taking a break in some hot destination and hiring a car. It is usually much better value buying your car hire excess insurance from a company like iCarhireinsurance.com than from the car hire company. You can save lots of money.


jamstra said...

Paid my premium to icarhireinsurance in March, and unfortunately had to make a claim in April. Got a claim form from them, sent it off with all the documentation and that's the last I have heard from them - literally. Multiple emails, contact attempt etc later, zip, nada, nix! Does this company really exist? Avoid like the plague!

jamstra said...

Spoke too soon! Just had an email out of the blue from icarhireinsurance to say they will pay out. OK, I suppose, but an acknowledgement of receipt of my claim would have been nice, and SOME interim contact to confirm that something was happening and that I had not sent my claim into thin air!