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Car- rental insurance, Puglia, how to be best covered- Help!!!

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Kawh has just reminded me in another post about checking have proper car insurance!
(thanks kawh)

Arhh, had mental note to double check ages ago but totally slipped mind.

We have booked through Avis and not sure what insurance level is from memory- our confirmation says "Included-Vehicle Damage Cover (CDW), Vehicle Theft Cover (TP)"

Any tips on how to be sure we book the correct insurance (i assume kenwel is a car rental agency?)

Apologies if i sound like i know nothing re insurance, its just we live in london without a car and only ever drive (well my bf does, i don't drive at all) when we go abroad.

We might try and call avis and sort it out before we go, is there an insurance term we should be aware of out there in terms of being 100% covered?

thanks all

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