Europe Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all Europe activity »
  1. 1 Ireland itinerary help please
  2. 2 Trip Report A few days in Naples - what a great city
  3. 3 UK itinerary advice (family of 4)
  4. 4 Review Final Iceland Itinerary Please
  5. 5 Sicily-Driving from Taormina to Cefalu
  6. 6 No Periods in British Written English!
  7. 7 Trip Report The Roads Less Traveled: Traversing France With Mai Tai Tom & Tracy
  8. 8 Starting my Paris plan for May
  9. 9 Paris cooking classes
  10. 10 booking hotels on trip advisor vs booking.com, etc
  11. 11 What crazy coincidence or chance meeting have you had while traveling?
  12. 12 Four Nights free after Monmouth, Wales & before London.
  13. 13 Scotland 10 Nights - Trying To Narrow Down Where To Go & Stay
  14. 14 Initial itinerary - 1 month in Greece
  15. 15 Americans moving to Europe - Suggestions?
  16. 16 Weighing hand luggage at CDG security now
  17. 17 St Denis Cathedral
  18. 18 Best way from London to Gatwick these days?
  19. 19 Day trip to Lake Como from Milan
  20. 20 Ronda Wine/biking
  21. 21 Planning a Trip to Greece
  22. 22 Trip Report 3 weeks in London, Cornwall and a tiny piece of Wales
  23. 23 Perugia
  24. 24 Ireland last minute recommendations
  25. 25 Booking through Loco2 Train
View next 25 » Back to the top

Italy - Car Rental - CDW's and Insurance

Jump to last reply

I am planning to rent a car in Italy (Puglia region, Lecce to start), beginning on Sept. 5 and dropping off somewhere in Puglia, maybe Matera or Brindisi airport, on Sept. 10. I would appreciate any advice on (1) car rental agencies to use, and (2) whether or not to buy CDW from the car rental company vs. relying on credit card coverage (I have a United Mileage Plus card, which sent me an email claiming to provide primary coverage for theft and collision losses). Prior postings here indicate that there are a lot of confusing and complicated options regarding collision/damage deductibles offered by the car rental companies. I had a bad experience with AutoEurope (SicilyByCar) in Italy in 2012 with a false damage claim by the rental company.

29 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement