Hanlon & Associates is on a mission to answer YOUR questions about insurance coverage. This week, we have been asked by Facebook friend, Mark:

Are Rental Cars Covered Under My Personal Auto Insurance Policy?

Join Tucker and Callie as they walk you through the answer regarding your insurance policy in the video below. If you have a question you’d like answered on Ask An Agent, contact us at 218-491-7855 or email info@hanlonandassociates.com.

Video Transcript
Callie: Hi guys I’m Callie I’m a personal lines specialist here at Hanlon & Associates and we are here with the Tucker Hanlon this morning answering some questions that have been submitted on Facebook. One of our first questions is from our Facebook friend Mark. The question is: are car rentals covered in my auto policy?
Tucker: Well, the answer to the question is mostly yes. There are some weight restrictions typically with rental car coverage and the coverage is actually covered under your personal auto policy. So especially if it’s something really big that you’re renting, it may or may not be covered and it’s always a good idea to call us as the agent and we can sometimes put enforcement on your policy to make sure it is covered. Otherwise, the answer is most cars, truck things like that are covered under your personal auto policy.
Callie: Awesome, thank you. If you have any more questions, feel free ask us on Facebook or give us a call here at the agency.


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