Travel Insurance Direct Review

The following post is sponsored by Travel Insurance Direct.

Last year my wife and I raced through Asia and Europe without a care in the world. Since our baby arrives in a few months, traveling will be a bit more complicated. With all the unexpected vacation news headlines lately, if I were living in New Zealand and wanted to reduce my family travel stress, I would highly consider Travel Insurance Direct.

Peace of Mind

Right on the home page, Travel Insurance Direct prominently displays that they are underwritten by Lloyd’s. Lloyd’s is the world’s specialist insurance market. Unlike many other insurance brands, Lloyd’s is not a company; it’s a market where their members join together as syndicates to insure risks.

What We Cover

Let’s cut to the chase. What does Travel Insurance Direct cover? Browse through this section for an extensive list of coverage and explanations. I suggest you also review the What We Don’t Cover tab to have a complete understanding of your travel insurance protection.

Simple Interface

Flip back to the home page and give it a spin. All you need to answer is Where you will be traveling to, When you will be traveling, and Who you will be traveling with. After entering your information, you will get an easy to read quote listing your coverage. You can immediately make a credit card purchase or email yourself the quote for further review.

Final Thoughts

I probably won’t have to worry too much about travel until a year or two. But with more at stake, I will consider travel insurance to fully enjoy my family vacation experience. If you are living in New Zealand and want peace of mind on your next family vacation, visit Travel Insurance Direct today!

What is your experience with travel insurance?

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7 Responses

  1. AverageJoe says:

    On small trips I don’t mess with travel insurance because the cost/benefit doesn’t seem to line up well. However, on big trips where I’m laying out serious cash, I ALWAYS insure the trip. I’ve only had to use it once, but I was glad I had it (and it paid for all the times I didn’t need it otherwise….).

  2. Untemplater says:

    I’ve never purchased any on my overseas travels. I’m actually not sure what I’m covered for if anything outside the US. Guess I better find out before my next trip! -Sydney

  3. I’ve never purchased travel insurance before and probably never will. Thankfully nothing’s happened ever so I guess so far I’m saving money on that expense.

  4. When you are going to hire a bus or a car then taking travel insurance is a nice habit as it can save you from several unwanted cases or accidents. And the second benefit is if someone gets into some bad situation then he can easily claim for the same.

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