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Get any rental car I want?

Author : Jordan

Submitted : 2018-01-09 12:22:27    Popularity:     

Tags: rental  car  

So long story short, God is good! Someone backed into me and they tried to say they didn’t but it’s all solved now and they’re insurance company, State Farm, is taking full liability for it. My question is am I able to get any rental I want ? Like a corve

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no

yes

You can rent a Lamborghini Gallardo if you want. State Farm will still pay $25-30 per day toward your rental car. You will be on the hook for the rest.

No. First, you can only get what the rental company is willing to let you have. For example, rental companies may have rules about restricting certain models to drivers with more than a certain number of years of driving experience or to drivers with good credit scores.

Second, the insurance company only pays what needs to be spent. If you get the car that is cheapest to get, then they pay that.

If you decide that you want to get a more expensive car than necessary, then YOU pay the difference in cost.

Normally, they pay only whatever it would have cost for the smallest or cheapest car that the rental company offers, and if you want a bigger or more expensive car, then you pay the difference.

In very rare cases, if you can prove that it would be illegal for you to use the cheapest available car (for example, you have more children than can fit in the back and it is illegal for them to sit in the front until they are older), then you can fight with them to try (with extreme difficulty) to get them to pay a little bit more for a vehicle just barely large enough.

MOST insurance companies have a fixed daily limit for the cost of a rental car. I doubt you would be able to rent an exotic sports car for the kind of money your insurance company will pay.

Yes, yes you can get any rental car you want. But because there's always a catch (and there always is), there's a catch. In your case, the catch is that State Farm will only pay so much for your rental costs. You can have all the upgrades you want, but the extra costs are on you. The insurance company will pay $__.00 per day up to a maximum of $___.00, and that's all they will pay.

I left the dollar values blank because I don't know what State Farm agrees to pay per day / in total in Florida, and because I don't feel like looking it up. But I know there is a maximum, because there always is.

If you can get your butt into a Vette or a 1969 Charger RT for that kind of money, State Farm will have no problem paying for it. If it costs extra to rent a Challenger or an M1 Abrams or whatever, you'll have to pay the extra yourself.

Most likely you will get something midsize. It is more of a negotiated situation in that they most likely will set a limit and you can try to push it higher if you want to.
For some people it may not matter, for example ...a real estate agent driving clients around they can not take a 2 door economy car.

You're limited to the daily rate your insurance covers. If you want something that costs more you have to pay the difference.

NOPE obviously kid
U'll be limited to midsized CARs unless you PAY the difference including extra insurance.



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