For people who like to travel worry-free.
Travel, by definition, involves many choices on the part of the traveler. You choose where to go, how to get there, where to stay, what to do, what to eat, and much more when you decide to see the world. There are always risks involved with any kind of travel, some more than others, which is why in general travelers would be wise to make informed choices and look into travel insurance as a safety net to help them avoid, or at least mitigate, serious disaster on their trips.
One thing that is often confused by travelers who have purchased insurance policies, however, is the distinction between where the insurance company’s responsibility ends and personal responsibility begins. For example, many people don’t realize that most travel insurance policies will not offer them coverage for any misfortune that befalls them while they’re intoxicated – in that instance, personal responsibility to be cautious and prudent while traveling is the standard, and the insurance company has no responsibility to cover someone who isn’t exercising due caution.
When you’re shopping for travel insurance, you want to make sure you’re getting the best information from people who really understand both your needs and the insurance industry. Ideally, you’d probably also like to be able to get that information from real live human beings who genuinely want to help you, not just fill some sales quota. In this day and age, that can seem hard to find,
Kawartha Cottage Rentals is pleased to recommend to you the services of InsureMyTrip.com and their Customer Care Center. They don’t have any salespeople — they only have have fully licensed insurance professionals instead. Their Customer Care representatives don’t get commissions and don’t track their sales. They’ll stay on the phone or on live chat with you for as long as it takes to help you feel comfortable. They have only one task: To answer your questions about travel insurance and find the best plan for you, even if the “best” plan is “no plan at all.”