Articles tagged with: travel-insurance
Travel insurance sold as part of a package is to be investigated, the Treasury announced today.
Holidaymakers are planning to take part in activities such as scuba diving, skiing or snow boarding without taking out travel insurance cover.
The profile of a gap-year traveller as a school-leaver travelling abroad for a life-changing experience appears to be an outdated one.
Nearly two-thirds of British adults are not aware of the European Health Insurance Card (EHIC) nearly one year after its introduction.
Travel insurance policies purchased from travel agents are more expensive and not sold according to the correct procedures, new research shows.
Younger travellers are throwing caution to the wind when booking short breaks and foregoing travel essentials.
Travel insurance concerns for separated families
Travellers confused over EHIC
As the popularity of taking a cruise holiday is rapidly increasing, cruise passengers are being warned to check their travel insurance.
With the winter holiday season truly upon us, those looking to get away for a break abroad have been reminded to get adequate insurance for their travels.
While the stereotype of holidaying Britons is one of sunburnt lager louts a new study proves there is more to Brits abroad than beer and beaches.
Brits jetting off abroad this summer can do so in the knowledge that their credit and debit cards will be safer than at any time in the last five years.
Holidaymakers are putting expensive holidays at unnecessary risk by delaying getting travel insurance until the last minute.
While in the past millions of Britons have been lying and getting away with is on travel insurance forms, this free money bonanza is coming to an end.
Winter sports enthusiasts are paying too much for their travel insurance without receiving adequate protection.
Holidaymakers can pay up to Â£120 too much for travel insurance by buying from travel agents, according to a leading insurer.
The first UK travel insurance cover to protect against the physical and mental effects of being caught in an air rage incident has been launched.