Travel Insurance Saver
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December
2018
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December
2018
Covers trips up to 60 days overseas and within Australia for 12 months
Adult 1
Adult 2
Dependent children are covered for free, age limits apply.

Keeping Your Luggage Safe When You Travel

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No matter how certain you are about the security of your luggage, there’s no definite way to tell when or how they might be separated from you. Losing your baggage, especially if they contain some important items, can be daunting and may make you even regret travelling. Granted the risks, you know you will have to be extra-careful and alert. The following are some pointers that will keep your items safe.

Group Your Items

It’s important to group your items to see which are important and which ones you can easily do without. When you have organised them according to significance, put the most important ones in one bag and don’t lose track of it.

Bring the most important items, which may include passport, visa, IDs, credit card, and cash in your hand carry bag. These are the only items that you can’t easily replace once they get lost. Moreover, they will help you get through any problem once glitches happen upon arriving at your destination.

Use the Right Bag

Many travellers don’t invest in their packs. Your bags should suit your type of travel. When you use the wrong type, you tend to use more luggage than you can carry. And more bags mean more chances of losing your items.

Let Go of Some Things

Let go of some things that prevent you from packing lightly. For instance, you can leave out toothbrush, book, or map, and other items easily available at your destination. Toiletries and towels, for example, are provided by the hotel. Bring only enough clothing to last you through your entire trip, and resist the temptation of packing clothes you think you may want to wear. Use the space to store more important things.

Get the Right Travel Insurance

For frequent flyers, travel insurance is a must. But you need to understand specifically what your policy covers. Make sure that your policy covers luggage so you can file a claim for losing important items.

Other than these tips, you need to constantly keep an eye out on your luggage. Losing them may sometimes mean the end of the world, especially for those who have placed their passport or credit card in the wrong bag. When considering travel insurance, we offer policies that cover luggage. Just browse our website or speak with one of our representatives. 

16
December
2018
17
December
2018
Covers trips up to 60 days overseas and within Australia for 12 months
Adult 1
Adult 2
Dependent children are covered for free, age limits apply.