Chase Slate rental car insurance provides coverage for cars rented using the Slate card that are damaged or stolen. The Slate’s card’s auto rental collision damage waiver will pay up to the value of the rented vehicle, and the benefit applies to rental agreements of up to 31 consecutive days. In order to qualify for the coverage, cardholders must pay for the rental entirely with Chase Slate and decline any insurance coverage that the car rental agency offers.
In addition to damage and theft coverage, Chase Slate rental car insurance also reimburses towing charges and loss of use charges from the rental agency. However, there are plenty of exceptions to the coverage as well. Quite a few types of vehicles are not covered, like trucks, motorcycles, RVs and more. Other things that aren’t covered include personal injury, loss of personal belongings, and situations like driving while intoxicated or driving off-road.
To submit a Chase Slate rental car insurance claim, call the Benefit Administrator at 1-877-445-4153 within 60 days the incident. They will send you a claim form, which you must sign and return within 100 days of the incident. You must provide all supplemental paperwork, like accident reports and damage estimates, within 365 days of the incident. You should expect Chase to pay the claim within 15 days of approving it.
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