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you cannot get a rental under your policy if you did not purchase that coverage............if you are repairing your vehicle under your collision coverage rather than under the physical damage portion of the 'At Fault' drivers policy..........you will owe your deductible.........your company should subrogate the other carrier for your ded.amount they paid, and any out of pocket money you've spent on rental.........if liablity has been determined you can get a rental from other company as well as have them repair your vehicle thus no deductible......

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