When you reach the age of 70, obtaining travel insurance at a reasonable premium can seem almost impossible especially when you need to take pre-existing medical conditions into consideration.
AllClear travel insurance based in Romford in Essex could offer you the solution you require. You should be aware however that if you are looking for cover for winter sports then there is an age limit of 76. The cover for optional extras such as golf, waiting list, travel disruption, travelling companion and extended stay do not carry any age limits for cover.
The main benefits of the over 70’s cover from AllClear include:
- All medical conditions considered
- 24-hour medical emergency helpline
- Medical emergency expenses of up to £15,000,000
- Up to £1,000 Medical inconvenience benefit for when you are in hospital as an in-patient
- Cancellation cover of up to £5,000
- Personal belongings cover of up to £5,000
The examples provided are per person and per trip.
As with all travel insurance policies the cover may differ depending on the policy and provider and you should always check the terms and conditions of your policy before purchasing your cover.
How long can you travel for?
If you purchase a single trip travel insurance policy you can travel for up to 92 days.
The maximum length of trip on an annual insurance policy can vary depending on the policy you choose to purchase.
Do you have to declare the medication you are taking?
Although you do have to declare pre-existing medical conditions you do not need to declare the names of the medication that you take. The medical screening questions may ask you about your medication but you will not be expected to know the names of your medication.
The above information has been sourced from https://www.allcleartravel.co.uk/travel-insurance/over-70s/
If you are looking for a travel insurance policy that will cover you whilst away from the home when you are over the age of 70, the Medigest Business directory can help you find a specialist travel insurance broker such as AllClear who can help you. For more information visit: https://www.medigest.uk/directory/