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How to Compare Various Travel Insurance Packages We all know how different travel insurance plans can be in terms of features and benefits, as well as in prices. Some come with a more comprehensive coverage for a bit of added cost, less expensive doesn’t always mean better. If you’re looking for the right travel insurance plan to cover you on an upcoming holiday, here are tips to help you out: LEVEL OF COVER – This is clearly the very first item you want to be clear on. For example, will the policy cover you for theft or loss of your baggage, medical emergencies, trip cancellation and travel delays? Before you start comparing different plans,be sure you already know what specific coverage inclusions you want. AGE FACTOR – YOur premiums will be affected by your age. The older you are, the higher your premiums.
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MEDICAL CONDITION – It is important that you disclose any existing medical condition you have to the insurer, regardless of the fact that it will boost your premiums. Otherwise, you won’t be able to make any claim, whether or not related to your existing medical condition, as your policy will be automatically voided.
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BAGGAGE THEFT OR LOSS LIMITS – There are policies that protect you against baggage theft or loss, but don’t think that the full cost is automatically covered. There will be limits on the claim. There are certain items (mobile phones, for example) that travel insurance does not cover, but it’s easy to buy add-on coverage for them if you want to. TRIP CANCELLATION – Some plans provide compensation for holiday cancellation, but you have to ask how much exactly. If you’ll be on a cruise, which normally costs thousands, will you be covered by that much? SINGLE-TRIP INSURANCE – If you’re taking a cruise, single-trip insurance will most probably be inadequate. A plan that is specialized for cruises will be your best option. If you’ll be away for more than 30 days, whether you’re taking a cruise or not, you should still get specialist insurance. SINGLE-TRIP OR ANNUAL – The idea is basic: if you travel very often throughout the year, annual makes sense; otherwise,go for single-trip. FAMILY INSURANCE – This may not include stepchildren. TRAVEL ADVISORIES TO CERTAIN COUNTRIES – Don’t travel to a country against which your government has issued a travel advisory; otherwise, you may not be able to make a claim as your policy could be rendered void. Ask the insurer if you’re in doubt. SPORTS COVERAGE – Standard travel insurance won’t cover you for sports, so if skiing is in the plan, for example, you’ll have to get a special policy for that. Getting the right travel insurance coverage involves comparing different plans from different providers. This is your only way of knowing which among them is the perfect one for your needs.