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No, it is not legal. If your insurance company refuses to pay for the whole 30 days, the remaining time must be billed at the price that you would have been billed if you had no insurance. Nevertheless, your insurance company should have let you know in advance that it was not going to cover the full 30 days and really should be held ultimately responsible for the bill if the rental company refuses to adjust the bill. You can file complaint against your insurance company with your State's insurance commissioner. Click here for the complaint process.
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