I was rear-ended, and my car ended up in the shop for 25 days. My spouse has her own car, so she ferried me to and from work. We were able to get by without renting a car, but this setup was a hassle and somewhat inconvenient. Would I be able to make the other driver's insurance company compensate me in the amount of the average going rate for a rental car that's in the equivalent class as my own car?
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