travel

Because coverages and rates vary widely, it can be difficult to choose the policy that’s best for you, your family, and wallet. To help see if travel insurance may be right for you, ask yourself these questions:

  1. Do you have an extended wait time between flights, or do you have to hurry from one to the other?
  2. Am I going to be travelling on non-refundable flights?
  3. Where am I going and what are the risks associated with traveling and my destination?
  4. Am I prepared to handle any health problems, known or unexpected, that might arise?
  5. Will I be driving around when I reach my destination?
  6. Will I be taking part in any high-risk activities or adventures?
  7. If I missed a flight, am delayed or incapacitated, will I be able to afford a return ticket?
  8. What is the refund policy on my coverage?
  9. Have I read the fine print to make sure that I understand exactly what is covered and what isn’t?
  10. Have I compared similar policies to note any major price discrepancies?

Travel insurance is usually offered directly from the service that you booked your flight from, confirmed your hotel, or reserved a rental car. Ultimately, it can provide peace of mind for your upcoming vacation, and if something goes wrong, you can recover some or all of your costs.

As always, Tracy-Driscoll would be happy to help you answer any of your questions regarding your home,  auto,  business, life, and health insurance policies. If you are considering purchasing travel insurance, call us today at 860-589-3434 to go over your existing policies and see what they cover during traveling, so that you don’t end up paying for duplicate coverage.

Bon voyage!

 

 

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