If you’re like most people, you probably think of your Allstate insurance policy as a safety net for when things go wrong. But what if something goes wrong when you’re driving a rental car? In this blog post, we’ll explore the basics of your Allstate rental car coverage and answer some questions about what it covers. We’ll also highlight some things to watch out for if something unexpected happens while you’re driving a rental car. So whether you’re planning on renting a car for a weekend getaway or just need to be sure you have the insurance coverage you need, read on!
What is Allstate Insurance?
Allstate is a leading provider of insurance products and services in the United States. Allstate provides a wide range of insurance products, including homeowners, Auto, life, disability, and pet insurance.
Allstate also offers rental car coverage through its subsidiary Allstate Rental Car Insurance. This coverage Protects you and your belongings if something happens to your rental car while you’re out driving.
This coverage includes full property damage liability, secondary liability for personal injury to others that occurs as a result of an accident, uninsured motorist protection, and reimbursement for any expenses you may have incurred related to the rental car.
What does Allstate cover for rental cars?
Allstate covers rental cars for certain travel needs, including: loss or damage to the rental car; if you are the primary driver and someone else is in the car with you, they are also covered; theft or vandalism of the rental car while in your possession. If there is an accident while using the rental car, you may be covered if you have comprehensive coverage and are wearing your Allstate driving helmet at the time of the accident.
How much does Allstate expect me to pay for rental car insurance?
Allstate offers rental car insurance to protect you and your belongings in the event of a loss. Coverage ranges from $10,000 to $100,000 per occurrence, with a minimum general liability policy amount of $25,000. Additional coverage may be available depending on the policy type and deductible amount.
To find out how much insurance your rental car policy covers, call Allstate and ask for a quote. You can also use our easy-to-use online quoting tool.
Unfortunately, at this time we are unable to find a definitive answer as to whether or not Allstate insurance will cover rental cars. We would recommend contacting them directly for more information.