|Subject: Re: CDW Insurance Options- using Travel Guard|
Jennie - hi
We used Travel Guard last year and probably would again - to, as you put it,
remove the hassle We were covered for our windshild w/ Visa (a pebble hit
the windshield and bled - We had to have it replaced.0 Euopcar deducted the
amount of the windshield cost from our Visa and Travel Guard paid for it in
full. All we had to do was supply them with documentation and our credit
card receipt. We took pictures of the windshield and since there was no
police report or other government documentation necessary, the pictures along
with our letter and Visa receipt was sufficient. They were courteous, prompt
and they followed through.
Visa would have covered the windshield, but it is a hassle (We've been this route before - It takes forever - as it's difficult to get the documentation required from France. (or maybe from other countries???)
Years ago when we had a minor accident, Visa did reimburse us, but it took almost a whole year.
I hope this helps. Susie Newton, MA