Update on my battle with Enterprise:I talked to their Loss Control department and kept going up the chain until I finally got someone to agree to reduce the cost of the tire replacement. They were going to charge me loss of use fee (1 day max), admin fee, and full replacement cost of the tire. I filed a complaint with the Better Business Bureau and State Attorney General stating that I should not have to pay for a tire worth more than the one it is replacing.After several discussions, I was able to get Enterprise to pro-rate the tire on what was left and waived the admin fee and loss of use. They are finally sending me the bill and the amount is a lot less than what they were going to charge me.I also got the insurance company to compensate me for diminished value of my new vehicle. An independent appraiser looked over my car after it was repaired, and then did a market analysis that basically consisted of contacting 3 - 6 dealers that sold my make of vehicle. They gave the appraiser the value of the vehicle before the accident and after it was repaired. I should be getting a nice size check any day now.So, lesson learned - if you have to get a rental, be aware that road hazard damages are not usually covered nor the premium is worth it if you are going to have the vehicle for several weeks. Also, if you move up the chain high enough, you can get someone to listen to a fair and equitable compromise.-NM
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