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A number of policies on the MoneyMaxim car hire insurance service are available to expats, non UK residents and citizens with homes both abroad and in the UK.
Our table below summarises the position of for those companies who are not restricted to UK residents only.
Our service will look at where you want to hire and where you live - with one exception! If you are looking to hire a car in Armenia, Dominican Republic, Iceland, Israel or Jamaica please avoid Worldwide Insure - they cannot cover residents of any of these countries or hires within these nations.
So we would suggest you run a comparison through our car hire insurance comparison service selecting your country of residence, we'll then show you insurers who will cover you.
Finally, before taking out your policy, quickly check the terms and conditions to ensure they have not changed since we last updated our site.
|UK residents only through our link to the UK site (and ROI on the Republic of Ireland site) In country cover is provided to those residents.
|£ on UK site € on ROI site
|Have withdrawn sales to non UK nationals, although are hoping to offer again soon.
|£ $ €
|Covers residents of UK and Northern Ireland, Jersey and Guernsey. Sales to residents of other countries currently suspended although it is hoped that these will be resumed shortly.
|£ $ €
|Following Brexit Questor have established a sister company based in Malta to handle European clients. Residents of the UK, Guernsey, Jersey, the Isle of Man and Gibraltar are looked after through the UK office. Residents of EEA countries are served through the Maltese office. Using the MoneyMaxim comparison service will ensure you are automatically handled by the correct office.
|£ $ € Aus$
|Covers residents of most countries. Deluxe policies include cover for rentals in home country. Does not cover hires in Armenia, Dominican Republic, Iceland, Israel or Jamaica.
The car hire insurance policies offered through our site are bought by residents of most countries worldwide when visiting Europe or almost any country worldwide (the main exceptions are those countries subject to UN sanctions such as Sudan, Iraq, Afghanistan etc).
Countries who are members of either the EEC or the EEA:
Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Italy, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Republic of Ireland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain and Sweden.
This content was last reviewed on 14/04/2023