I was recently in an auto accident in which I was not at fault. A woman ran a red light and smashed into my Toyota 4runner causing over $2,500 worth in damages. After 8 days of body work I finally got my car back. Meanwhile I had to use a rental car from "Enterprise" to commute to school. Her insurance is "State Farm" and said they'd cover everything. At Enterprise an employee told me that the insurance companies "generally" cover the additional $10/day under age fee (I'm 20 yrs old). He also wrote it down on my receipt that they would "Call insurance company and verify $10/fee" and initialed it. Unfortunately, when I picked up my car today, I found out that State Farm refused to cover that $10 fee and now I'm stuck with a $96 dollar rental car fee that Enterprise charged me. I know it may not seem like much but as a student, $100 can go a long way. Any ideas as to how I could get my money back? Enterprise basically took the $100 deposit money I initially had to give them. I think it was misleading of Enterprise to word that the insurance will cover everything when that was not the case. I think most of the ppl here are over 21 so this probably hasn't happened to them but you can probably see my frustration. The only thing I can think of is to complain to State Farm to cover it but I don't really know what to say. I guess I'll have to make some calls.