Get Insured On A Car For A Week
If you're borrowing a friend's car for the weekend or loaning out your own wheels for a couple of days, you should have insurance to help cover any accidents. A short-term policy can cover borrowing or lending a car, or the time it takes your insurance to kick in after you buy a car.
Temporary car insurance, also known as short term insurance, provides cover between one and 28 days. It can be useful if you need a policy to cover you over a few days, are moving home or need to borrow a friend's car.
Renting a car? Wondering if you should get that rental car coverage add-on? Well, what you might not know is that your car insurance may already cover rental cars. We'll give you the full scoop, plus clue you in on when rental car insurance coverage is a good idea.
With weekly insurance, you can enjoy all the benefits of a temporary insurance policy: Insurance from 1 to 4 weeks (policies can range from 1 to 28 days) Arrange insurance up to 30 days ahead. Protect existing no claims bonus. Instant comprehensive cover. Basic cover for driving in Europe.
Temporary cover can help with the following: Temporary Additional Driver to allow friends or family to drive your car or van. Short Term Insurance for an additional car or van. Courtesy Car Cover for when your car is in for a service or repair. Test Drive Cover - for a car or van you are looking to buy.
Should you take that car rental insurance? Consumer Reports advises that the answer to this question is more complicated than you may think.