How Much Or Am I Liable To Pay To Replace A Flat Tire In A Rental Car.

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  • I got the car through enterprise, I didn’t purchase any additional insurance from enterprise. I have nationwide, with a 0 deductable. The tire is unfixable. Help! And if nationwide can cover this, should I report the claim, or will that make my insurance raise?
    oh yeah, I got the flat by hitting a curb.

    There are 3 Answers for "How Much Or Am I Liable To Pay To Replace A Flat Tire In A Rental Car."

    1. R P says:

      No charge. They have road hazard warranty. =^ )

    2. Ucantcme says:

      WHATEVER THEY WHAT TO CHARGE YOU, BECAUSE I ALWAYS TELL EVERYONE NEVER RENT FROM ENTERPRISE.

      IN REALITY THEY SHOULD HAVE ROAD HAZARD WARRANTY ON THE TIRES AND YOU WOULD BE LIABLE FOR THE COST OF A NEW TIRE CERTIFICATE ONLY ABOUT $15.00.

    3. Gomanyes562 says:

      Unless you did something to flatten the tire (like drive over spikes in the wrong direction), you shouldn’t have to pay anything. Normal wear and tear of the car is the responsibility of the company.