I've been told that Geico's personal insurance doesn't cover rental cars if the rental lasts more than 30 consecutive days. Reply · SoCal Yankee 76 says,. You probably can't buy rental insurance in Geico. You'll probably have to go to the car rental agency if you want rental car insurance.
However, your standard Geico insurance policy will cover you when you rent a car. It will provide the same level of protection for your rental car as it does for your vehicle. Being insured by Geico, your standard car insurance policy will cover you when you drive a rental car. If you decide to purchase additional rental coverage (such as a collision or loss damage exemption or coverage for personal effects), you can purchase it through the rental agency or your credit card company.
With Geico insurance, you can qualify for discounts on your rental insurance through companies like Enterprise and Alamo. Your Geico coverage should remain in effect even if you rent a car through Turo, an application that allows drivers to rent other people's cars instead of using a traditional car rental agency. Geico normally covers car rental through Turo, even though it's an app that allows drivers to rent other people's cars. You'll need to check with your credit card company to find out if car rental insurance is included in your card and, if so, how much.
If your standard car insurance doesn't offer enough coverage to protect you, you have a few options. However, since Geico insurance policies cover rental cars, we have an overview of the company's average monthly and annual insurance rates. To compare quotes from different auto insurance companies, enter your zip code on this page to use the free quote tool. To compare cheap auto insurance quotes from many different companies, enter your zip code on this page to use the free quote tool.
Car rental insurance usually protects you in the same way as your standard coverage does, although you can add additional coverage through the rental agency or your credit card company. However, this coverage is usually specific to each card, meaning that the type of credit card you have will determine whether or not you can get car rental insurance through your credit card company.