Travel insurers are in hot water after using common alcohol exclusion clauses to unfairly deny claims. What other potentially problematic clauses should you be aware of?
Elderly travellers and those with health issues hoping to take a break this year are being doubly penalised through an anomaly in the tax system.
The ABI has issued advice to travellers concerned about possible disruption to their travel plans from the volcanic activity in Iceland.
Here Julie Hutchison of Standard Life gives her top ten tips for the parents of teens about to embark on gap year adventures.
Here, we highlight a few areas where the costs can mount this summer if you are not vigilant.
While cheaper and more relaxing for the bride and groom, more than a third of Brits think attending a wedding abroad is a big ask.
Holidaymakers need to check their European Health Insurance Cards before they travel, as around 4.5m cards will expire this year.
Gap year and extended trip travelers are being urged to take care when picking a travel insurance policy as terms – including whether quick trips home are permitted – vary widely.
Over one in three young people do not think it is necessary to take out insurance when they travel overseas, a survey suggests.
LV= has said any existing travel insurance customers caught in the Passport Office’s backlog will be able to claim for cancelled trips.
The vast majority of British holidaymakers seriously underestimate the cost of having a medical emergency while abroad, a study has revealed.
Football fans heading to Brazil this summer are being urged to check their travel insurance cover before jetting off.
Almost a fifth of people over 50 go on holiday without insurance, according to a study.
The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) has advised against all non-essential travel to portions of Kenya. Are you covered by travel insurance if you want to cancel?
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