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How A ‘No-deal’ Brexit Will Change Driving in the EU
How A ‘No-deal’ Brexit Will Change Driving in the EU
Whether you plan to take your family on a continental road trip in the coming months or work for a transport organisation that frequently enters the EU, the results of Brexit may alter your current travelling agenda.

In the event of a no-deal, several UK driving laws will change—for both UK citizens and commercial drivers. All drivers are being urged to contact their insurer to arrange...

You Need to Have Travel Insurance Before Take-off. Here’s Why
You Need to Have Travel Insurance Before Take-off. Here’s Why
In the wake of the new year, people often start scheduling their exciting holiday trips and adventures for the warmer months ahead. However, sunglasses and a new suitcase aren’t the only things you should consider purchasing before travelling. Indeed, it’s crucial to avoid waiting until the last minute to buy travel cover. Have a look at the biggest benefits of purchasing travel insurance...

Don’t Hit the Slopes Without the Right Cover
Don’t Hit the Slopes Without the Right Cover
An estimated 1.75 million Britons will go on a ski holiday this winter, according to the UK association for tour operators and travel agents, Abita. However, 33 per cent of Britons admit to not checking to see if their travel insurance covers winter sports. This is especially troubling, as from 2012-16, there were 58 deaths, 118 hospitalisations, and thousands of injuries from skiing and snowboarding...

Winter Travel Tips to Save You Money
Winter Travel Tips to Save You Money
Although it’s easy to get caught up in the excitement of planning a winter holiday, don’t forget to sort your travel money and insurance as well. Save money by being proactive and following these tips:
Pre-book currency. Don’t wait until the last minute, or you may end up paying more—especially at the airport where exchange rates are inflated. Consider pre-ordering currency...

Travel - Declare Pre-existing Medical Conditions or Risk Invalidating Travel Cover
Travel - Declare Pre-existing Medical Conditions or Risk Invalidating Travel Cover
More than 1 in 10 Britons with pre-existing medical conditions fail to declare their conditions to their insurers and risk invalidating their travel insurance policies, according to new insight from MoneySuperMarket.

The analysis found that nearly half of holidaymakers have pre-existing medical conditions they are required to declare to their travel insurance providers, but only 85 per cent...

Travel - 5 Top Holiday Destinations for 2016
Travel - 5 Top Holiday Destinations for 2016
The New Year has only just begun and to help you plan your next holiday, here are someof the hottest destinations for 2016:

1. In August, Rio de Janeiro will be the host of the 2016 Olympic Games.

2. From July to September, Bishop Auckland in County Durham will host an open-air historical theatrical production featuring 1,000 cast members and a seven-acre stage, and covering 2,000 years...