Does My Car Insurance Cover My Rental Car?

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Does my car insurance cover my rental car? That’s a question we get a lot here at Protect Your Bubble. The simple answer is: Yes, but with limitations & restrictions. Watch the video below to see why it’s more beneficial to use rental car insurance over your personal auto insurance.

 

 


 

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Does My Credit Card Cover My Rental Car

does My Credit Card Cover My Rental Car

Protect Your Bubble wants you to be smart. Just because your credit card says you are covered for rental insurance in the event of a mishap is not entirely true. Here’s a message to ensure your peace of mind on the road.

 

 


 

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Do Rental Car Companies Accept Third Party Rental Car Insurance? [Video]

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The answer is a resounding Yes! Rental car companies can’t deny rental car insurance coverage from companies like Protect Your Bubble because we work for you. They may try to persuade you to buy their more expensive policy, but in reality you have the freedom to choose any third party rental car insurance protection available.

 

We even made a video to explain it clearly for you to make sure you don’t fall into the rental car company’s trap.

 


 

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Scenic Road Trip Destinations You Can Take this Winter

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The annual migration of winter vacationers to the world-class ski resorts in the California’s Sierra Nevada and the Colorado Rockies is bound to keep highways busy. Although winter is a good time for “cocooning,” the months between November and March represent one of the heaviest road trip times of the year. Some travelers are on the road to warmer climes while others are headed for winter playgrounds. For your convenience, we’ve listed 3 of the most popular scenic road trip destinations you and your family can take this winter.

 

mt rainierAshford, WA – Mt. Rainier National Park

 

Hidden amongst towering fir and cedar trees at the foothills of Mt. Rainier National Park, Ashford is a popular destination for those venturing deep into the Cascade Mountain Region of Central Washington. Mt. Rainier National Park is a popular place to enjoy winter activities. The mountain receives abundant snowfall and the scenery is spectacular. In winter, recreational opportunities are numerous. A winter visit to Mt. Rainier can include ranger-guided snowshoe walks, Paradise snowplay, camping, snowboarding, and skiing. Adjacent to Ashford you’ll find the small town of Elbe, where you can board the Mt. Rainier Scenic Railroad, which is by far one of most relaxed ways to take in the secluded backcountry of Mt. Rainier National Park.

 

wellsboro paNorth Central Pennsylvania – Wellsboro

 

Located along scenic Route 6 in North Central Pennsylvania, Wellsboro and the surrounding area offers a unique vacation beginning with a natural wonder over six-million-years-old. Also known as the Pennsylvania Grand Canyon, this breathtaking terrain is the result of melting prehistoric ice glaciers. Undoubtedly, a great road trip destination as every winter, traffic on Wellsboro’s Main Street is halted as the town thoroughfare is magically transformed into a remarkable Victorian market.  The Wellsboro Dickens of A Christmas showcases an impressive collection of theatre, music, history, shopping, and food.

 

oregon coastOregon Coast

 

Most travelers tend to overlook the Oregon Coast during winter, contemplating only the snow-capped Cascades and the high, dry deserts beyond. But did you know that the Oregon Coast’s cities and towns save some of their best festivals for winter when the weather is sometimes rough but the provisions and company remain superb. Winter festivals take place along the length of the Oregon Coast, offering up food, music, natural treasures and hospitality. Just take the Oregon Truffle Festival as an example. The festival includes the truffle talent of local chefs with special meals and wine pairings as well as tastings, cooking classes, and demonstrations. This festival itself is worth traveling for!

 

Nothing is more freeing than the open road! For generations, travelers have enjoyed the wind in their hair traveling from one destination to another seeking romance and adventure. Hop in that rental car, pick a destination, and you’re in for a memorable road trip.

 


 

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Holiday Travel Roadmap 2014 [Infographic]

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This 2014 holiday travel season is supposed to be the busiest travel season in recent memory. Christmas holiday travel will surge this weekend as it is the last weekend before Christmas. The most expensive day to travel is the Sunday before Christmas. That’s just one of many interesting travel tidbits we found about this holiday season.  Take a look at the others:

 

  • 23% increase in travel between Christmas and New Year’s compared to 2013
  • 91% of travelers will be road tripping by car or other personal vehicle
  • 36 is the average age of the holiday traveler
  • Christmas Day is the cheapest day to fly, followed by Christmas Eve
  • Christmas travel costs 40% more in the 2 weeks before Christmas than compared to an average day
  • 2014 airfare is expected to be 5% higher than in 2013
  • Orlando is the #1 flight destination this holiday season; Las Vegas is #2
  • $1,286 is the average travel insurance claim

Holiday Christmas Travel Infographic

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