Old Jun 24, 19, 9:36 pm
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guv1976
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Originally Posted by pizzaparty View Post
Honestly, if I could pay $25 and not have to worry about messing with my insurance, it's worth that to me. From a standpoint of the other driver should I be at fault, that's what I want to make sure I understand correctly but seems to be where I have the most confusion

My booking it from Autoslash.

I did see the stuff about Citi but my reservation is in July so trying to figure out what card makes the most sense to use.
You only need to pay $25 to avoid dealing with your insurance if your insurance, in fact, would cover you for rental car loss/damage. That's what you'll find out tomorrow.

And, of course, if you get into a fender-bender involving another car, you're going to have to deal with your insurance anyway, unless you book with a rate that includes primary liability insurance that covers the amount of damage/injury you cause.
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