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Australian Domestic Premium Travel Insurance
Premium travel insurance whilst travelling within Australia. For Annual Multi Trips, cover is included for travel more than 250km from home (Australian Residents only). Cover-More can provide you with the peace of mind that you are protected by a comprehensive travel insurance policy. Domestic Travel Insurance is a cost-effective way to provide cover for rental car insurance excess and other useful benefits. Plus you can select the level of cancellation cover you want to suit your needs.
Read your travel insurance policy carefully. If you are dissatisfied with the policy in any way you are entitled to a full refund within 15 business days of purchase provided you have not made a claim on the policy or departed on your journey.
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Apart from finding out about the Policy Inclusions make sure you are also aware of its Exclusions.
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Overseas Medical Expenses could send you broke if you travel overseas without travel insurance. Therefore above all else make sure you have adequate overseas medical cover on your policy, preferably “Unlimited Overseas Medical Cover” just in case.
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Check whether the insurer considers that you have an Existing Medical Condition and whether they are able to cover it. Always seek cover for Existing Medical Conditions by submitting an Assessment Form so that you are not left exposed to potential medical expenses. Even if there are certain conditions that cannot be covered you know exactly where you stand once the Insurance Company has assessed your situation.
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The best time to purchase travel insurance is when you pay for your trip to provide cover against cancellation costs such as an unforeseen illness or accident that could eventuate between the date of payment and the date of departure.
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Keep your Emergency Assistance Card separate from your policy so that if you lose one you should still have the other.
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When you have a situation that is likely to lead to a claim on your travel insurance policy please contact the Emergency Assistance to seek instructions on what to do in the circumstances. Follow these instructions as well as you can and take the name of the person whom you spoke to.
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Don’t just chase the cheapest policy without checking exactly what it covers you for.