Do I Really Need Travel Insurance?

When embarking on a trip there is a lot of preparation involved… You may wonder “What kind of clothes should I bring? Is there such a thing as too many shoes? Will I be able to sleep on the plane?” or any of the other questions that a traveler should and can consider when planning a vacation… but how do you prepare for the unexpected events? That’s where we come in.

Although you can’t foresee an illness that prevents you from flying, a last-minute cancellation (travel insurance can reimburse you for prepaid, non-refundable costs), injuries that need tending to, or even an accident while driving in a rental car, you can still plan to be protected in the event that these things come up by purchasing travel insurance beforehand.

We make it easy for you. That’s why so many people turn to OneGroup for their travel insurance. Save time. Save money.

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