Hertz Rental Car Rental Agreement
If CDW is refused, you must provide proof of insurance (i.e. A recent letter from your insurance company) and be responsible for the cost of repairing or replacing the damaged vehicle up to the full value of the vehicle. Upon check-in, the authorization of the total value (the first national currency) of the vehicle applies, in addition to the necessary deposit depending on the type of rental, the credit card is blocked. Otherwise, the rent of the vehicle could be refused. . At airport sites, debit cards are accepted to qualify for the rental if the customer provides proof of the return flight with the airline that coincides with the rental and two (2) valid identity documents. The maximum coverage per person is $600.00, with the maximum coverage limited to USD 1800.00 for all rental claims (except in New York, the maximum coverage is USD 500.00 per person with maximum coverage for all claims during a rental limited to USD 1,500.00). For U.S. citizens Some U.S. credit cards and custom auto insurance policies offer car rental insurance, so please inquire with your credit card provider and personal auto insurance policy. If this coverage is accepted, the benefits are valid for all accidental injuries during your rental period, whether you are actually in the car. Your passengers are also insured, but only for incidents that occur while occupying the Hertz rental car. The rental of credit cards is subject to a credit check at the counter.
If the customer wishes to change the original rental period, whether by extending or shortening the rental days, the customer acknowledges that Hertz reserves the right to modify its prices accordingly. Personal Accident Insurance (PAI), offered in combination with PEC, allows you to choose accident deaths and injured medical expenses for yourself and your passengers during the vehicle rental period. However, their benefits, which are provided by other cover, may be affected by the JEP benefit. PEC insurance coverage covers personal belongings that belong to you, as well as to your immediate family members, who travel with you during the rental period and have their permanent residence in your household. PEC does not extend to non-family members who travel with you….