Full Coverage works together with the rental company's basic insurance, your credit card insurance, or your personal car insurance policy. When purchased, you’ll be compensated for any charges for covered damage or theft up to the stated amount.
Full Coverage also covers parts of the car that are often not covered by the supplier’s basic insurance.
If your rental gets damaged or stolen, you’ll first pay any related charges to the rental company. Then, you file for compensation in the My Booking section, and we’ll compensate you for these charges up to the amount stated on your voucher.
You’ll still have to leave the same deposit with the supplier when you pick up the car.
- Deductible/excess charge for damage;
- Deductible/excess charge for theft;
- Charges for repairs of the car’s body, undercarriage, tires, wheels, roof, windshield, windows, mirrors, locks, and hubcaps which are a result of a collision;
- Towing expenses;
- Taxi expenses directly related to the accident (excluding mechanical problems);
- Costs directly related to losing the key(s) to or locking oneself out of the rented car (e.g., fees for a locksmith or delivery of a spare key);
- Administrative fees relating to damage (excluding other administrative fees, for example, for traffic violations) and immobilization charges (charges to compensate the rental company for the loss of earnings while the car is being repaired).
Please see the Full Coverage section of the Terms and Conditions for what’s not covered.