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04/29/2015
By: Latoya P.
Enterprise Rent-A-Car
My car was recently stolen so my insurance company sent me too the Clinton Enterprise for a rental. When I arrived my reservation had been made but, there were no cars available that would be under the price the insurance company was willing to pay which left me having to choose a car that would cost me extra for the duration of the rental. That was very frustrating in itself because you never really know how long you would have the rental. So they explained that they would take the overage amount out of the deposit that I made which was fine with me. However, after those monies had been exhausted I felt like they were calling me everyday asking for more money even before the week was up. I spoke to several different reps and was told several different reasons as to why they needed to call me and when my card would be charged. This was very confusing and frustrating. The manager did offer me a free upgrade when I returned the vehicle.
Tips & Advices
Although special insurance isn’t always legally required for a moving truck, all auto insurance providers and moving specialists suggest you buy the special policy from the moving truck company. This is because most auto insurance policies have exclusions for covering vans and trucks over a certain size, and also because auto insurance will not cover the personal property inside a moving truck.
In order to drive a rented moving truck, a person must be on the rental agreement. Just as with rental cars, getting another driver put on your rental truck agreement may carry an additional fee per day.
Moving truck rental cost does not include the fuel cost. Make sure to find out from the rental company if there is anything to know about the type of gas the truck requires, as well as the location of the gas tank.
The rules about moving trucks and weigh stations vary somewhat by state. Some states do not require trucks to stop if the occupants are doing a personal move, not commercial moves. Others require all commercial trucks to stop, regardless of what they’re calling. When in doubt, stop.
Yes, pets are allowed in some moving trucks. However, all moving companies clearly state that renters should not put pets in the cargo area, and that pets should be in a transport carrier or properly harnessed for everyone’s safety. Moving truck rental companies all have clearly posted pet transport safety tips that you should review before moving day.

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