Choose the optimal insurance package at to ensure complete peace of mind during your travels across Georgia. Here's a detailed description of each insurance type we offer:

Standard Coverage - Collision Damage Waiver (CDW)

Collision Damage Waiver (CDW) is included in the rental price and covers damages that exceed the amount of your deposit. For minor damages that do not exceed the deposit amount, the cost of the new damages will be deducted from the deposit. This is a cost-effective option for those confident in their driving skills and seeking protection from major unexpected expenses. The deposit ranges from 700 to 1600 GEL, depending on the class of the rented vehicle.

Tires, Undercarriage and Glasses Coverage

This coverage type specifically covers damages to tires, glass, and the undercarriage of the vehicle, with no deductible. It is an ideal option for clients concerned about potential damages to these vulnerable parts of the vehicle. Despite the extensive coverage, a deposit is still required.

Super Collision Damage Waiver (SCDW) ⭐ ⭐

Super Collision Damage Waiver (SCDW) provides complete coverage for bodywork damages, allowing you to feel more secure during your trips. It relieves you of financial responsibility for significant body damages. It is important to note that this coverage does not cover tires, glass, and undercarriage, so if you're looking for complete coverage, you may want to consider the full coverage option. No deposit is required with SCDW, making it a convenient option for many customers.

Full Coverage ⭐ ⭐ ⭐

This is the most comprehensive coverage option, covering all types of damages, including tires, glass, and undercarriage, also with no deductible. This is the perfect choice for those who want to completely eliminate any potential hassles related to vehicle damages during rental. Like CASCO, no deposit is required for full coverage.

Important Notice:

With any coverage chosen, it is necessary to immediately document any new damages and report them to us and the insurance company. Failure to do so will result in the client being fully responsible for the new damages, regardless of the paid insurance coverage.

This clarification ensures that all parties are informed of any incidents, helping to avoid unforeseen expenses and ensuring the proper use of insurance coverage.