Car rental - Theft from vehicle
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However, if you have neither of these, there are still plenty of avenues to explore. Check your travel insurance, your home insurance and with your credit card company (if you paid for at least some of the rental cost with a credit card) as it is more than likely that one of these will accept a claim. If you need assistance with this matter, resolver recommends that you submit your concern in writing to the relevant company or broker, and resolver can assist you in submitting, recording and reminding you when and who to escalate to. It can be extremely frustrating when your hire car is broken into and something is stolen. resolver can help you resolve this issue quickly, free of charge and without the hassle. We can also help you with the next step of writing your complaint. Click on the link below to create your email. You should know
Car rental companies have to give clear terms and conditions, transparent pricing info, and a full explanation of their liability and waiver cover. In fact, all charges should be made clear to you upfront.
You should always take a full inventory and get the car hire company to sign off on everything – even if the company tells you it isn’t necessary.
If you decide to take out extra cover, it’s best to make sure that the cover is in the same name as the lead driver. This could avoid a number of potential pitfalls in the future.
Car hire companies should invoice you for any charges incurred. In some cases, they may debit money directly from your account – they should make efforts to notify you beforehand.
If you do have to dispute a charge, you should always try to do it within 14 days.
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