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FAQ Section > Car Hire Insurance FAQs > Do I need daily or annual Car Hire Excess Insurance?

My car hire is for 31 days. Should I take a daily 31 day car hire excess insurance policy or an annual policy?

We explain when you may want a daily car hire excess insurance policy and when you may require an annual policy.

For a trip of this length it's a no-brainer. Buy the annual policy. It will be cheaper for this hire and will cover you if you rent again later in the year. Most annual car hire excess insurance policies will cover any number of car hires of up to 31 days each and, in some instances, up to 65 days.

You are likely to find an annual policy is cheaper than single trip policies for trips of around 17 days or longer. If you are going on multiple trips across the year and will be hiring a car for these then you may find it better value in the long-term to purchase one annual policy instead of numerous single trip policies.

If you have any further queries please contact our customer advice centre either by online chat or over the phone within our office hours and we will be happy to help you.

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This content was last reviewed on 16/05/2017

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