No, not if you carry auto insurance that transfers to a rental car, or rent with a credit card that includes rental car insurance coverage. The key here is to know the information before you leave home. You can research your personal auto insurance policy and/or your credit card company’s rental car insurance coverage to determine that information. Once you know you are covered, you can decline additional rental car company insurance.
If you have insurance questions once you have received your guaranteed reservation from us, you can go to your rental car company’s website and read their insurance requirements and policies.
We do offer low-cost optional insurance for those who have no other options. Just visit www.AlohaInsured.com after you secure a car rental.