19909Re: [CF] Re: One BIG drawback to car-free living
- Jul 29, 2011At 09:59 AM 7/29/2011, John wrote:
>Is it possible to carry auto insurance and not own a car? I don'tI've carried said "non-owner" insurance here in Florida before - it's
>know about all states, but in Texas your auto policy also covers you
>while on a bicycle. It might be cheaper to carry such a policy over
>getting dinged $100 a pop while renting.
simple liability (and PIP, where applicable) insurance; cost based on
your demographic information and personal driving record.
>Another thought is what if you rented with an American Express card?They are a secondary carrier in that instance, you still need primary
>I thought they had an option that covered car rentals.
insurance. I use it myself and it save a pile of money on every
rental of more than one day duration.
>Last question, how do the rental companies KNOW you don't haveRental companies don't have to know. If you're involved in a crash
>insurance? Whenever I've rented I've just declined the insurance they
>offer and drove off. I never had to prove I was insured.
without insurance you'll remember why you should have had it for a
very long time. I still remember, and that was 1986....
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