Sometimes you have to interrupt your trip because of illness, death, or other unplanned reasons. Whether you are ending your trip early or starting your trip late, Trip Interruption can help reimburse non-refundable trip payments and deposits that were prepaid.
Always be sure to read your travel insurance policy for full details.
Coverage Available with TravelSafe
TravelSafe offers two great plans, Basic and Classic travel protection plans. Below are the maximum benefit amounts for Trip Interruption.
|Trip Interruption||150% of Trip Cost||Trip Cost|
Trip Interruption Can Reimburse
What kinds of expenses can this travel protection benefit reimburse? We outline the details for you below. These are examples of covered reasons, which means there is more information in your plan documents regarding coverage. Be sure to read it in detail when purchasing a plan.
|Prepaid, unused, non-refundable land or water travel arrangements|
|Additional transportation expense to return home, or to join/rejoin the trip|
|Single Occupancy Upgrade charges incurred due to a covered reason|
Examples of Covered Reasons*
Covered reasons are outlined by your plan and decide what can be covered. Remember, exclusions outlined in your plan can affect covered reasons. For example, skydiving is excluded from TravelSafe plans. If you require medical trip interruption as a result of skydiving, you may not receive coverage from this benefit.
|Sickness, Injury or Death of insured, immediate family member, or traveling companion|
|Common Carrier Delay/Cancellation due to unannounced strike, mechanical breakdown, or inclement weather|
|A hurricane warning being issued for your trip destination|
|Residence or destination made uninhabitable|
|Workplace rendered unsuitable for business|
|Involuntary termination of employment|
|Permanent transfer of employment (250 miles or more)|
|You are required to serve on a Jury|
|Being hijacked or quarantined|
|Life threatening illness/injury or death of your host at a destination on your itinerary|
|Traffic accident while en route to departure|
|Bankruptcy or default of travel supplier (other than the travel agency, organization, or firm from whom you purchased travel arrangements supplied by others)|
|A Terrorist Incident|
|Documented theft of passports or visas|
|Military personnel called to emergency duty for a national disaster other than war|
|Revocation of previously granted military leave or reassignment due to war|
|Mandatory evacuation (or official public evacuation notices or recommendations without a mandatory evacuation order issued) due to bad weather or natural disaster|
*These are examples of covered reasons. Additional terms apply to the covered reasons discussed.
Common Questions About This Benefit
We put together a list of common questions travelers like you have asked about our Trip Interruption benefit.
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What can trip interruption reimburse?
Unused, non-refundable land or water travel arrangements plus the additional transportation cost paid.
What is trip interruption?
For covered reasons outlined in your plan, you may need to interrupt your trip. Additional transportation costs can be reimbursed if such expenses are incurred for you to join your trip if you must depart after your scheduled departure date or travel via alternate travel arrangements by the most direct route possible to reach your trip destination. Additional transportation cost can also reimburse expenses incurred to rejoin your trip or transport you to your originally scheduled return destination, if you must interrupt your trip after departure, each by the most direct route possible.
If someone in my family is seriously ill or dies, will I be covered under the Trip Interruption benefit?
You can be reimbursed up to the Maximum Benefit Amount shown to transport you to your originally scheduled return destination if a covered Family Member’s death or illness prevents your continued participation on your trip.