It differs in that it covers your car hire when driving in all
parts of the world in addition to Europe.
Although a small amount of insurance is generally included in your car rental agreement (CDW/LDW and SLI cover), it doesnt cover all parts of the car, and it only reduces your liability in the event of damage, theft or third party liability.You may still have to pay a substantial portion of the costs - called an 'excess' (or deductible) - in the event of a claim.The value of this 'excess' varies between car rental companies and in different countries, and you could be liable for excess costs as high as £500 - £1600 if you do not have an excess insurance policy.
iCarhireinsurance.com has an Excess Worldwide policy that protects you against excess costs and raises your level of insurance, to include the roof, windows, undercarriage and tyres of your rental car. That means you wont have to pay a penny (up to the value of £6,000) in the event of a damage, theft or third party liability claim.
iCarhire Excess Worldwide policies cover all types of rental cars travelling in all countries except the following regions: