What’s the Deal With Travel Insurance?
Why Is Travel Insurance Important?
Travelling to somewhere new is a thrilling experience, but every journey comes with the risk of a few unpredictable downsides. These can be things like illness, injury, or delays and cancellations. They’re circumstances that most travellers would rather not think about — but should definitely plan for.
There’s confidence that comes with knowing you’ll have coverage as you travel. Your insurance can grant you access to assistance in an emergency at any time and in any time zone. This can help with things like medical coverage, trip cancellations and so much more.
What You Can Do To Feel More Prepared When Travelling
Luckily for all those who are constantly on the move, there’s a handful of options that can help you feel more comfortable when you’re away from home.
Coverage plans are designed to suit the needs of different kinds of travellers, so it’s important to think about what your travel style is. The main TD Insurance plans designed to suit the different designation of travel are:
- Per trip1 − You’ll have access to worldwide emergency assistance 24/7. There’s also an option for family or couple plans, and you’ll have coverage for up to 212 days of travel2.
- Annual3 −This is for the more frequent jetsetters among us. These plans allow unlimited trips of 9, 17, 30 or 60 days during the year and come with comprehensive medical emergency coverage of up to $5 million with no deductible required..
- 55+ Extended Stay4 − If you’re over 55 and travelling for 30 days or more, this is likely the right option for you5.You’ll see the same benefits as other plans but also some benefits designed specifically for snowbird.
Whatever your travel style is, wherever in the world you’re heading, we’re happy to help you figure out which plan is best for you. Visit TD Insurance online to learn more about what travel insurance plan might suit you best and get a quote while you’re there. We also offer tips and resources to help you travel safely and comfortably.