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Explaining Loss-of-Use Damages to an Insurance Company

Explaining Loss-of-Use Damages to an Insurance Company

To effectively recover loss-of-use damages from an insurance company, it's necessary to take a deep dive into the nuances of loss-of-use theory, its legal precedents and the rhetoric to shape the argument.

March 11, 2014

Navigating Credit Cards and Car Rental Coverage
What Types of Damage Are Recoverable in Car Rental?

What Types of Damage Are Recoverable in Car Rental?

Whether it’s damage to your rental car from a fallen tree, vandalism or mice chewing wires, some damage responsibility can be passed to the consumer by contract — but know your state’s statutory limitations.

September 4, 2012

What’s Your Big Idea?

What’s Your Big Idea?

At the 2010 Car Rental Show, Jim Tennant of the Tennant Group held a profit idea session in which six products, services and ideas were presented that operators could bring home and employ in their businesses. Seminar attendees voted on the best idea. The winner, Sarah Romanowski of Ride Share Systems LLC, received a free pass to a future Car Rental Show. These six concepts could reduce expense and boost your bottom line.

June 28, 2010

Purco v. Koenig and Its loss of Use Implications

Car Rental Credit Card Coverage

Knowing the limitations on credit card car rental coverage will help you increase collision damage waiver sales.

July 1, 2008

Not All Damage Waivers Are Created Equal

Unlike protection offered by credit card companies, damage waivers sold at the rental counter are always primary. Unfortunately, most consumers are unaware of the difference.

May 1, 2004

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