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Car hire insurance is 13 times more expensive with rental firms – how to get it cheapest - The Sun

The SunCar hire insurance is 13 times more expensive with rental firms – how to get it cheapestThe Sun"Car rental companies will block out a large amount on your credit card, and if you have an accident, they'll withdraw that money and you'll have to claim it back from the third party provider," he says. "But if you can afford it, there's no reason why ...20-09-2018

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Car hire insurance is 13 times more expensive with rental firms – how to get it cheapest
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"Car rental companies will block out a large amount on your credit card, and if you have an accident, they'll withdraw that money and you'll have to claim it back from the third party provider," he says. "But if you can afford it, there's no reason why ...

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