Thrifty will not provide supporting documents for damage and fees

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Mike Z

Jan 8, 2015
I can't speak to any states but my own here in Ohio, but I will NEVER call my own insurance company unless I am at fault. The reason is that there is zero reason for your insurance company to be involved. If it is on the other guy I will deal with that company directly as it is their responsibility.

I've even had cops try to tell me to call my insurance company to which I reply it isn't on them and then I demanded the other driver's information and insurance company name and number.