Car hire excess insurance
discounts continue throughout 2013
2013 will be another great year for people wanting to buy car hire
excess waiver insurance products online from independent insurance companies as
there are currently three being discounted via the jml Insurance / insurance4carrental.com
jml Property Services who run the insurance4carrrental.com
and jml insurance marketing
sites.are very pleased to announce that the arrangement with Questor Insurance
to offer discounted car hire excess insurance has been extended till the end of
2013. This represents a 10 per cent discount on certain Questor
Insurance has been selling car hire
excess insurance for a number of years and also sells motorhome hire excess insurance
and van hire excess insurance which are promoted on the jml Insurance group's
insurance4carhire.com's products still continue
to be discounted on the insurance4carrental.com and
jml Insurance sites and consumers can make
Insurance is running a discount scheme on many of
their car hire excess waiver insurance products till the end of June 2013. .
spokesperson for the jml
Group said "this was very good news to start 2013, particularly
have become very cost conscious with the present economic climate in so many countries.
residents are eligible to purchase Questor,
Worldwideinsure and Odyssey car
hire excess insurance so it is good news wherever you live in whatever currency
you use to buy on line.
and insurance4carhire.com will sell their products
to residents of European Economic Area"
Hire excess waiver insurance products can
usually be purchased for immediate use or the starting date can be delayed for
a couple of months or so to tie in with a consumer's travel arrangements. The
cost of buying this excess insurance from an independent insurance company will
be a lot less than from buying it from a car hire company direct.
consumers are likely to be hiring a car more than twice a year or for a period
in excess of ten days, it is usually more cost effective to buy an annual policy,
rather like buying annual travel insurance.
from a number of well known companies is also well promoted
on the jml insurance sites.
has found that many people who hire a car several times a year actually do so
because they own a holiday home property and don't want the expense of keeping
a vehicle at the property.
several years now jml-property-insurance.co.uk has been marketing
holiday home insurance products for
well known insurance companies like Intasure and Andrew Copeland International
Insurance. The advantage of using companies like these is that the insurance policy
is written in English so if the consumer only understand English, they will know
what it covers and does not cover.
with any insurance product advertised by the jml Group, the web sites are purely
there to promote an individual advertiser's product and consequently all dealings
take place between the customer and the insurance company itself.
out more at
is part of jml
Property Services, the trading name of Jeffrey
Milner Ltd. The company is an UK based company that was
established in 1979. jml insurance acts as a web promoter for insurance companies
selling property insurance including landlord and tenant rental products, pet
insurance, wedding insurance, motor insurance, car hire excess insurance (via
van hire excess insurance (via insurance4vanrental.com),
motorhome insurance (via
insurance4motorhomerental.com) travel insurance and non
standard insurance products and
irishpropertyinsurance.com for the Irish market. They also operate
an online marketing service for owners of holiday home property to advertise and
are part of the jml
Group that includes jml
Training and Consultancy.
jml Property Services January 2013
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