Auto Rental Solutions Signs 500th Location

Jim Schalberg, owner of Auto Rental Solutions, has announced the signing of the 500th location using his Renter’s Collision Protection.

Offered exclusively through Jim Schalberg Auto Rental Solutions, Renter’s Collision Protection is a proprietary collision product. If a renter does not have collision coverage to transfer to the rental car, he or she can purchase this collision insurance product at the counter.

“Renter’s Collision Protection fills the gap for rental car agencies which may turn away renters that do not have ‘full coverage” and do not want to take the CDW risk,” said Schalberg.

In the event of an accident, Renter’s Collision Protection has a $250 deductible, which is paid by the customer and collected by the rental operator. It covers up to $20,000 for accident damage.

Available nationwide, Renter’s Collision Protection covers all passenger vehicles, including 15-passenger vans, as well as cargo vans and pickup trucks with a gross vehicle weight rating of up to 10,000 pounds, according to the company.

“The Auto Rental Solutions team and myself are honored that 500 independent and franchised rental locations have put their trust in us to assist them in selling more rental days,” said Schalberg.

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