Princes Risborough, United Kingdom (PressExposure) March 26, 2009 -- As Easter is much later again this year there will be more people taking a holiday. In 2008 as it was so early, many schools in the UK only had a one week break, then had a further break of a week in late April.
This year is more normal so many people will be away for a longer period. Many will set off to warmer climates and renting a car when they arrive at their holiday destination. If they are renting a car, they should remember to take out car hire excess insurance.
A spokesperson for insurance4carrental.com and jml-insurance.co.uk saidâwe act as introducers to providers like insurance4carhire and Questor Insurance. You can buy these products on a daily basis or annual basis and it certainly makes a great deal of sense to have an annual policy if you are going to be taking several holidays in a year or going on business tripsâ
When you hire a car, your car rental agreement normally includes cover for Collision Damage Waiver (damage to the rental vehicle) and Theft. There is almost always an Excess on the Collision Damage Waiver and Theft, however you are still liable for the Excess on CDW and Theft. When a rental car is damaged or stolen, the driver is asked to pay the first portion of the repair or replacement costs. This is known as the Excess.
The other essential is travel insurance. You never know if you are going to be delayed, loose your belongings or have an accident. jml Insurance acts as introducers to well know providers like Endsleigh, Essential Travel, Direct Travel Insurance and Simple Travel Insurance. These providers offer a variety of packages from a weekend break to an annual policy. You can take out specialist cover for all those leisure break essentials like golf clubs or ski equipment.
Many people do actually buy annual travel insurance and annual car hire excess insurance. Apart from the fact that you donât have to then take this out for every trip you make, it is usually a lot cheaper than buying single trip policies. When people are on a tighter budget it is important to consider such options.
With more and more people owing holiday home accommodation jml-insurance can also introduce property owners to range of providers for properties in the UK or overseas written in English. These providers include Intasure, Andrew Copeland International, Letsure, Rentguard, Ember JD and Devon Direct.
Further information can be found at the jml insurance website http://www.jml-insurance.co.uk