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HUB Insurance Hunter | A Guide To Travel Insurance Technical Terminology

September 23rd, 2011  |  Insurance

There is a lot written about the need for travel insurance. It is an important form of protection for people that travel on a regular basis. But, your travel insurance policy can also be difficult to decipher. Often, the policies are filled with technical terminology that can be difficult to understand for the average person.

Part of making sure that you get the best travel insurance policy possible is understanding the terms you are agreeing to when you sign up for the policy. This means reading up on policy terms to get a better understanding. Some of the most important travel insurance terms that you need to familiarize yourself with include:

  • Deductible
  • Current market value
  • Licensed provider
  • Reasonable and customary costs
  • Emergency medical care

If these and other travel insurance terms are foreign to you, then it is a good idea to call an insurance broker, like HUB Insurance Hunter, to get clarification before agreeing to a policy. You need to understand what you are signing up for and what coverage you do and do not have before you leave for your trip. You never know when you may need to use your travel insurance and the last thing you should be worrying about is if you are covered or not.

For more information about travel insurance terminology or for questions about your travel insurance, contact HUB Insurance Hunter. If you are looking for travel insurance quotes visit insurnacehunter.ca to get 3 quotes in 3 minutes with us. Getting travel insurance is that easy!

 

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