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What does Travel Plus insurance cover?

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Travel Plus travel insurance offers three levels of coverage for travelers who reside within the United Kingdom, according to the insurer's official website. These plans add value to trips and cover a wide range of possibilities, including financial failure on the part of travel and accommodation providers and medical emergencies during the trip. These policies also cover consumer disputes with tour operators, car rental companies and travel agents.

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What does Travel Plus insurance cover?
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As of October 2015, the standard plan designed for single trips and annual multi-trips provides £2,500 of coverage in the case of cancellation or curtailment of travel plans and the same amount for end-supplier failure. Emergency medical expenses outside the United Kingdom have £5 million of coverage along with a £500 hospital inconvenience benefit. Additional coverage in varying amounts covers possibilities from emergency pet boarding to personal liability. This plan doesn't cover consumer disputes.

The premier plan covers single trips only and doubles the amount of cancellation or curtailment coverage and end-supplier failure to £5,000. Emergency medical coverage doubles to £10 million with this plan, while personal liability coverage of £2 million remains the same as the standard plan. Various levels of coverage from personal money and document loss to delayed departures come with this plan as does £25,000 in consumer-dispute coverage. The premier plus plan covers annual multi-trips only and provides the same types of coverage as the premier plan with increased coverage on most.

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