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Old Jun 10, 18, 6:34 pm
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Often1
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Originally Posted by heubergen View Post
Thanks for all the suggestions! It seams like some would recommend to go to a location right know and others think it's better to just not do anything at all... I didn't know that dirt roads are not included into the agreement and I was never told that. It was a county road but I'm not sure if that gonna help me out here...

I don't know much about cars itself so I can only tell that it's underbody damage. It's a the right front of it and some plastic is hang down.

I have a insurance coverage independently from the rental company with a 1k$ deduction so I guess that will help me there. Should I first contact my insurance or should I go to the hertz location first and than find out what to do?
As noted, you still need to read your insurance policy and your rental agreement. If indeed you agreed not to drive on dirt roads and did and that caused damage, you will likely find that your separate insurance won't cover rental damage in violation of the agreement.

But, none of us can be sure of anything. You, on the other hand, can be.
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