How To Avoid Unnecessary Rental Car Fees

BigRentz.com Develops New Forklift Rental Program

Nothing is as expensive, or as confusing, as the CDW, or collision damage waiver (sometimes called the LDW, or loss damage waiver). Agents are trained to make this rental car insurance, which typically costs $20 to $30 a day, sound nonnegotiable. You continue reading this.. probably don’t need it. Rental car damage and liability are covered by your auto insurance policy up to the same limits as for your personal vehicle, and your credit card likely fills any gaps.
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16, 2013 /PRNewswire/ –BigRentz.com, the nationwide Internet leader of construction equipment rentals and tool rentals, announced today that they have developed a new forklift rental program. The program is designed for companies and businesses that need forklifts on a regular basis, but not always on consecutive days. “Many of our clients need a forklift for inventory, moving merchandise, or other purposes, but only for a few days a month,” said Stephen Jesson, Executive VP of BigRentz.com.
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Rental confidence surveys online and ready to complete

The quarterly RentalTracker survey, which is sponsored by the International Rental Exhibition (IRE), is a joint venture between IRN magazine and the European Rental Association. The World Rental Confidence Survey is undertaken every year by IRN to provide a global overview of rental business sentiment and to allow for comparisons between Europe and the rest of the world.
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