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Grenada is in many ways the ideal Caribbean holiday destination. It's small enough to feel you have explored it fully over a couple of weeks, but large enough to mean there is plenty to see and do.
And Grenada Car Hire is the ideal way to get around the island at your own pace. Explore the wonderful sandy beaches, many slightly off the beaten track. Visit the pretty capital, St Georges, and shop in the local markets, maybe picking up some of the spices the island is so famed for.
Head for the rainforests or explore the underwater sculpture park - whatever you choose - having your owned rented car will mean you can do what you want to when you want to and that will make your holiday that bit more special.
However when choosing car hire in Grenada you will find that it can be a bit more confusing than booking a rental car at home. You need to make sure you understand exactly what your proposed rental includes.
Collision Damage Waiver (CDW) insurance is frequently excluded from rental prices. This can either be bought at the car hire desk (normally US$10 - US$15 per day) or through an independent policy. The latter are available using the MoneyMaxim car hire insurance service and will typically cost about a third of the cost of policies from the desk.
One advantage these policies have over the car rental companies in-house products is that the wheels tyres, glass and underbody of the vehicle are also covered - all excluded areas on the car rental firm's policies. As Grenada roads are of variable quality this is a valuable benefit.
Also available through MoneyMaxim are policies which will top up your third party liability insurance to US$1m. These policies, known as supplementary liability insurance, provide the reassurance that you can cover the costs if you are involved in a serious accident.
Any queries?- just call the MoneyMaxim team and we will be delighted to help!
This content was last reviewed on 14/11/2017