Car hire insurances are usually referred to as Loss Damage Waiver (LDW) and Collision Damage Waiver (CDW) and cover damages made to the car in case of an accident.
Third party insurances are usually referred to as Additional Liability Insurance (ALI). Generally, they cover damage made to someone else’s property in case of an accident involving the hired car.
Also known as credit hold, a security deposit is necessary when you pick-up the car. The deposit is “blocked” on the driver’s credit card and “unblocked” after the return of the car in the same conditions.
It is possible to add optional items to your reservation, such as GPS, child car seat, booster seat and more. Add them to your reservation now so you don’t have to worry about it later!
If someone else is sharing the wheel with you, they need to be added to the car hire agreement as an additional driver and comply with the same car hire requirements, such as minimum age and documentation needed.
Check your reservation for the information about unlimited or limited mileage. Unlimited mileage means you can ride how much you want without paying any extras. Road trip saved!