A lot of us don’t get travel insurance, but there are times when it’s worth the extra cost, especially during summer travel season. It’s something to consider if you’re traveling out of the country, or worried about a medical condition that may flare up. Or if you’re traveling a time when natural disasters tend to occur. And compare to what your credit card offers. It’s always best to get the insurance at the time you book your trip for the best deal.
- When the summer season comes as it is presently, many Americans take a trip to several destinations and spending time outside the country.
- One of the questions that an expert says people should be willing to ask themselves is that whether they are willing to take the vacation with expected risks.
- When something unexpected happens during the trip such as the flight being cancelled or losing one’s baggage, travel insurance will reimburse that individual.
“With the average price per vacation expected to be $2,523, you may want to add one more item to your packing list: travel insurance.”