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  • Friday, September 22, 2017

  • People Should Choose Annual Travel Insurance versus Basic Plan

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Travelling is becoming increasingly popular nowadays with various new destinations that tempt travellers with their affordable prices and exotic locations. Although annual travel insurance may seem a necessity only for those who travel many times a year, the truth is that yearly travel insurance is a better bargain than a basic plan, even for those who take just two trips a year. Two annual trips do not make anyone an avid traveller, does it?

Among those who enjoy travelling, as well as among those who need to travel because of a variety of reasons, there has been observed a tendency to increase savings on travelling. One way to reduce costs is to risk travelling without insurance. Younger people seem to be more tempted than people over 55 to put their health and safety at risk. The fact is not surprising considering that most people associate travel insurance strictly with health insurance. Clearly, the elderly are more concerned and more aware of their health issues than those in their youth years.

Additionally, women, unlike men, are less disposed to risk their wellbeing, protection, and luggage when travelling. They also prefer to be cautious and get an annual insurance for travelling instead of choosing a basic plan. Also, it seems as though people who live in large metropolis are more likely to risk travelling without insurance than those who live in smaller towns or cities.

Unfortunately people forget that the costs that may emerge from taking such risks are simply too big to be ignored and they definitely outweigh the cost of annual travel insurance. People should remember that a single day of risk can cause considerable damage pennywise and health wise.

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