Whether you suffer from cancer, have a disability or are a traveller over 60 looking for travel insurance it is extremely important for you compare travel insurance products to ensure that you choose the travel insurance policy that meets your unique needs!
The first part of comparing travel insurance to ensure you choose the right product is making sure that you declare all your pre-existing medical conditions so that you know what can and can’t be covered under the travel insurance products you are offered.
Once you have done this you can focus on the levels of travel cover you require to protect you financially in case you have to cancel your booking if something was to happen during your trip.
This section of travel cover is often the most important part of your Travel Insurance policy. It is the element of travel cover that is designed to cover your pre-existing medical conditions and should the unexpected happen, cover any medical treatment you may require for these conditions whilst on your trip. You should compare this cover limit across various Travel Insurance policies to ensure that it is enough to cover your needs.
The excess on each section of your travel insurance policy is the amount you pay towards the cost of a claim if you were to make one. Excesses differ across Travel Insurance products and therefore it is important to compare the excess you may have to pay if you make a claim. You might want to opt for a more expensive Travel Insurance policy as it could have a lower excess or the opposite if you are looking for a cheaper policy.
There are many other sections of cover to consider when you are comparing travel insurance policies; such as the level of cancellation cover or the level of cover for your personal possessions depending on what is most important to you and your trip. These sections are important as the limit is the maximum you can claim back. If you have bought a Travel Insurance policy with £1,000 cancellation cover, but your trip costs £1,500 it could potentially leave you out of pocket if you needed to claim so you shouldn’t under-insure.
You are also usually able to select optional add-ons for you Travel Insurance policy and these will vary, so it is important you compare what is available before making a purchase depending on what you will be doing whilst on your trip.
Our travel insurance policies offer competitive protection for your trip including a wide range of policy benefits such as:
Click here to see the full Able2Travel Travel Insurance Table of Benefits
Able2Travel Travel Insurance has over 15 years of experience in finding travel cover for travellers with medical conditions, so whether you are looking for travel insurance for cancer, a heart condition or for another medical problem, you can be assured of receiving a fast, sensitive and competitively priced travel insurance solution for your travel plans.
Able2Travel Travel Insurance offers 3 levels of travel cover for both Single Trip and Annual Multi-Trip Travel Insurance policies, enabling you to compare and pick a travel policy that is suited for your individual needs.
The policy features table below will help you understand the different features on Single and Annual Multi-Trip travel insurance policies depending on the level of cover that you choose.
Single Trip Policy Features
|Maximum age at date of departure (area 1-4 - see page 5 of the Policy Wording)||No Limit||No Limit||No Limit|
|Maximum age at date of departure (area - 5 - see page 5 of the Policy Wording)||79||79||79|
|Maximum period per Trip if aged up to 64||365 days||365 days||365 days|
|Maximum period per Trip if aged 65 to 79||45 days||45 days||45 days|
|Maximum period per Trip if aged 80 to 85||31 days||31 days||31 days|
|Maximum period per Trip if aged 86+||21 days||21 days||21 days|
|For travel commencing prior to||31/12/2020||31/12/2020||31/12/2020|
Annual Multi-Trip Policy Features
|Maximum age at start/renewal of cover||79||79||79|
|Maximum period per Trip if aged up to 64||31 days||45 days||60 days|
|Maximum period per Trip if aged 65 to 69||31 days||35 days||45 days|
|Maximum period per Trip if aged 70 to 79||31 days||35 days||45 days|
|Business Travel Included||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Home Country Trips (minimum 2 nights in pre-booked and pre-paid accommodation)||Yes||Yes||Yes|
It’s quick and easy to get and compare an Able2Travel Travel Insurance quote: just click the ‘Get an Instant Quote’ button to get a fast quote online, or if you prefer to speak with someone then you can call our team direct on 01483 806 826.
All travel insurance enquiries are dealt with on a case-by-case basis. In addition to the Able2Travel Travel Insurance policy, our travel insurance specialists have access to a wide range of insurance options and will assist you in finding you travel cover for all medical conditions. The Able2Travel Travel Insurance policy is used whenever possible and a suitable alternative travel insurance policy may be offered for more serious health problems, so you can find the travel cover you need with one call to Able2Travel Travel Insurance.
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