Monday 11 December 2017

Now is the time to buy your Christmas & New Year Travel Insurance

You might already wrapped those presents for the festive season and not even gone out shopping  yet, but there is something that you should not leave to the last minute - Travel insurance and Car rental hire excess insurance.

Once you have started your holiday you can't take out travel insurance normally, so it is best to make arrangements early on.
A great way of saving money is to take an annual travel insurance policy and you can do the same with car hire excess insurance.

Quite often an annual car hire excess insurance policy will be a lot cheaper than paying for daily policies and of course far cheaper than having to buy one through one of those car hire companies that tries to make you buy one when you book your car hire or when you collect the vehicle.

These days people tend to take several breaks over the year and even a weekend away in Poland or Portugal should be covered so annual travel insurance does make sense and of course many people will soon be off on a skiing holiday as well.

Reasons why you should take out travel insurance:

  • Missed departure?
  • Lost your passport?
  • Personal money stolen?
  • Damaged your ski equipment?
  • Personal Accident?
  • Abandon your holiday before you leave the UK
  • Catastrophe — fire, flood, earthquake or storm
  • Medical Emergency — Hospital — Emergency Dental Treatment
  • Legal Advice
  • Mugging

  • At the jml Insurance website there are several insurance companies advertising their products including:

    Worldwideinsure, Questor Insurance, Quotezone,,,,  and - this is a different type of travel insurance - " to protect your holiday - Financial Failure Travel Insurance from as little as £5 per person"
    Find out more about Travel insurance products Here
    Find out more about Car Hire Excess  / Van Hire Excess / Motorhome Hire Excess and Minibus Hire Excess insurance products Here 
    So remember to make arrangements as soon as possible and wrap this up early.


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