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Summer holiday checklist

27th July 2017
Summer holiday checklist

Are you ready to jet off into the sun?

Summer is finally here and that means one thing – its holiday season! When the time comes to jet off on a plane to seek out the sun there are a number of things to remember. Our insurance experts have put together a list of things you’ll need to remember in order to enjoy a safe, stress free holiday.

Car hire
Once you’ve landed in your sunny destination, you’ll need a car to travel to your accommodation and do some sightseeing! To ensure you get the best deal, book your hire car online ahead of your trip.

Travel insurance
Whether you’re travelling abroad or staying in the UK, travel insurance is absolutely crucial to help keep you and your belongings protected against theft, loss or damage – you’ll even be covered in the event of unexpected cancellation!

Home insurance
For those of you lucky enough to be away all summer, it is important that you check that your home insurance remains valid even if your home has been unoccupied for an extended period. For home insurance queries, contact our insurance experts today.

Overseas credit cards
If you’re looking to save money on fees charged for credit card use abroad, it is best to opt for a credit card that is designed specifically for use overseas – make sure you apply for one at least a few weeks in advance of your holiday!

European Health Insurance Card
If travelling within Europe, make sure every member of your party has a valid European Health Insurance card to guarantee them healthcare should they need it whilst you’re away.


For more information about asset insurance, property insurance or high net worth insurance, contact our team today on on 01202 754900.

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