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Single Trip Cover
For life’s little adventures..
Single Trip Cover
For life’s little adventures..
Wherever you are travelling to, and however long you are going away for you should never overlook the importance of purchasing travel insurance. Although it’s likely your holiday will run smoothly it’s worth protecting yourself from any unpleasant surprises.
A single trip policy may be suitable whether you’re planning a stay in the UK or planning on venturing further afield. If you’re likely to go on more than one holiday in the year, it may be worth you getting a quote for an annual policy which could save you money overall.
Types of Cover
We’re proud that our selected travel insurance provider has been given a 5 Star Defaqto rating for their policies. The travel insurance includes 20 different areas of cover as standard, and you have the opportunity to select the excess you pay and the level of cover you want by choosing between our Bronze, Silver or Gold policies.
The Gold cover would provide you with:
- Medical and Repatriation up to £15 million
- Cancellation cover up to £50,000
- Baggage cover up to £3,000
- Personal Liability cover up to £2 million
- Other stuff
Why choose cover through our selected travel provider?
- No upper age limits for single trip policies
- 24/7 emergency claims service
- All pre-existing medical conditions considered
- Cruise and winter sports cover available upon request
Winter Sports, Hazardous activities, Crisis Response Services and Terrorism cover are also available as an optional extra.
We do actually cover a wide array of activities that could be hazardous on the main policy, without having to purchase any additional cover. Some examples of these types of activities already covered are;
- Hiking (under 2000m altitude)
- Archery (amateur)
- Banana Boating
- Jet Boating
- Surfing (amateur)
- Pony Trekking
Policy limits and exclusions may apply, please see policy wordings for full terms and conditions.
Purchase your insurance as early as you can
You should consider purchasing your insurance as soon as you can after booking your holiday. Doing so would provide you with cancellation cover that would start from the moment you purchase your policy, protecting you from financial loss if you had to cancel your holiday.
Cover for Medical Conditions
If you find yourself in hospital abroad following an accident or a sudden turn in health your treatment could be extraordinarily expensive. Investing in a travel insurance policy would help protect you against these unwanted costs.
European Health Insurance Card EHIC
When travelling within the European Union you should always carry your EHIC card with you. It should help you to get reduced cost or even free medical attention, however it might not cover all of your care – and certainly wouldn’t cover the cost of repatriation if you needed to be flown back to the UK because of an accident or illness. The EHIC would entitle you to be treated in the same way as a local, so in countries where medical attention isn’t free, you would still incur the cost.
The European Health Insurance Card (or EHIC) is issued free of charge and allows anyone who is insured by or covered by a statutory social security scheme of the EEA countries and Switzerland to receive medical treatment in another member state free or at a reduced cost, if that treatment becomes necessary during your visit (for example, due to illness or an accident), or if you have a chronic pre-existing condition which requires care such as kidney dialysis. The term of validity of the card varies according to the issuing country.
You can apply for or renew a UK EHIC online before travelling at www.nhs.uk/ehic or call the NHS Business Services Authority on (+44) 300 330 1350
Frequently Asked Questions
What is single article limit on travel insurance
The single article limit is the maximum value of an individual item that you are able to claim. For example, if the single article limit listed on your policy is £750 then you can claim for individual items that are worth less than that.
What is single trip travel insurance?
A single trip policy is what you would choose if you want to insure your holidays on an individual basis. Single trip policies would be more cost effective if you don’t travel abroad often enough to make full use of an annual policy.
How do I choose travel insurance?
When choosing your travel insurance, it’s tempting to go ahead with the cheapest policy. However, it is important to ensure you have sufficient cover, and have listed any medical conditions you have or you risk your cover being invalid in the event you need to claim.
How much should you pay for travel insurance?
The cost of your travel insurance well depend entirely on your destination, your personal circumstances and the level of cover you wish to choose. Medical conditions are likely to have an impact on your premium, however it is important that you declare them or you risk invalidating your cover.
Is trip cancellation insurance worth buying?
Cancellation is one of the most common types of claim, according to AIG. We automatically include cancellation cover on our policies, and it is active from the moment you purchase your policy so if you are unable to go on your holiday for some reason, you are covered.