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We review Direct Car Excess Insurance policiesVisit Direct Car Excess Insurance
Visit the MoneyMaxim car hire insurance comparison site to compare many different policies that may suit your needs. We provide the complete service including a dedicated customer service team to help you with any enquiries.
Direct Car Excess Insurance are relatively new to the car hire excess market but they offer a wide range of both short term products or annual car hire insurance policies for Europe and Worldwide. They also offer CDW and SLI policies for those travelling to the Americas who may need them. These are at considerably lower rates than those charged at the rental desk by car hire companies.
We also offer recent purchasers the opportunity to share their experiences with Direct Car Excess Insurance by leaving a review. As these are from verified buyers you will be able to see how they performed in terms of customer service as well as when it comes to processing claims.
They can cover cars worth up to £60,000, a higher limit than many policies.
The maximum hire period is a generous 62 days for trips within an annual policy.
If you wish to compare the policies from Direct Car Excess Insurance with others in the market, then you can do this by using the MoneyMaxim Comparison Service.
Direct Car Excess Insurance is underwritten by AIG Europe Limited who are registered in the UK. They are authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the FCA and the Prudential Regulation Authority.
Claims are straightforward with Direct Car Excess Insurance. To contact their claims department Telephone 0345 850 9092 or Email email@example.com Full details should be provided with your paperwork.
For any further assistance with car hire excessinsurance or if you are looking for car hire quotations visit our car rental comparison service here or call our customer service team on 0800 520 0699.
This content was last reviewed on 20/05/2019