Schalberg.com Tops 10,000th Mark for Sales of Renters Collision Insurance

Schalberg.com announced that the June 2006 totals put the number of contracts protected by Renters Collision insurance over 10,000.

According to Jim Schalberg, executive director of Schalberg.com, the average contract is 4.3 days. That means over 43,000 rental days have been protected by Renters Collision Insurance.

With widespread confusion and bad publicity about collision damage waivers, Schalberg says the rental car customer now has a clear choice in protecting his or her trip.

He says Schalberg.com is the largest supplier of renters collision insurance in the country, adding new outlets and protecting an increasing number of rental contracts.

Renters Collision Insurance is purchased at point of sale, over the Internet, directly from AIG. AIG instantly issues a policy in the customer’s name and e-mails it directly to the customer and/or the rental car company.

Renters Collision Insurance pays for all the damage and loss of use to the rental vehicle with a $250.00 deductible.

For more information on Renters Collision Insurance or any of the other products and services offered by Schalberg.com, call 800-396-9128 or e-mail [email protected].

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