It's been a brilliant media bonanza weekend for iCarhireinsurnce!
We've received great mentions in the travel and money section of four national newspapers.
The Times' Travel Doctor kicked it off advising its readers on 5 April to "arm yourself with excess insurance before you go to avoid paying the expensive daily rate that will be levied by the hire company: the daily rate at iCarhireinsurance.com is £2.99."
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As a tourist with your bum bag, straw hat, tropical shirt and milk bottle white patches on show, you will stick out to locals like a Ford Focus in an episode of Downton Abbey. In the vast majority of cases this won't matter. However, there will always be those locals with dishonest intent, and to those you will become a target, if you're not careful. For this reason it pays to be aware of common travel scams. So if you're among those that need enlightening, read on…
As with all major industries, technology is having a significant, enabling influence for companies operating within the car rental industry. Although the implementation of new technology within the industry is widespread, in analysis, it can be seen to be affecting three key areas.
On the 12th day of Christmas my true love said to me: “Why is car hire excess insurance so excessively expensive?”
On the 11th day of Christmas my true love said to me: “Why it’s YOUR fault, even when it’s NOT your fault - I’m talking about hiring a car!”
On the 10th day of Christmas my true love said to me: “Did you really get charged extra for returning your hire car late and dirty?”
On the 9th day of Christmas my true love said to me: “I’m going to be dropping off the hire car on my own this year, what do I need to look out for?”
On the 8th day of Christmas my true love said to me: “Does anyone understand car hire? There seems to be so much jargon”
All prices within this section were correct at time of publication.