Category Archives: Travel

summer holiday
22 Sep

Summer holiday misery: your rights

Today it has emerged that 178-year-old holiday firm; Thomas Cook has collapsed over night, triggering the biggest ever repatriation to bring 150,000 British holiday makers home. Whether you have had a holiday company go bust or experienced cancelled flights, it pays to know your rights if your summer holiday has been met with disappointment. Your

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travel apps
25 Jun

Best travel apps for your 2019 holiday

The summer holiday season is nearly upon us, so today we’re sharing some of our favourite travel apps to help make your time abroad a little easier. Here are seven apps we can’t live without. 1. Google Maps Let’s start with an obvious one. When you’re in an unfamiliar place, Google Maps not only doubles

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delayed flight
18 Jan

What to do if you’re delayed at an airport

Gatwick Airport made the headlines in the run-up to Christmas thanks to the chaos caused by multiple drone sightings. Tens of thousands of passengers were stranded amidst days of disruption, leaving many confused about their rights. So, if you find yourself in the unfortunate position of being stuck at an airport, whatever the reason, what

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road trip
20 Aug

Road trip games for long journeys

Every parent knows that keeping children entertained on a long road trip can be something of a challenge – and the amount of time spent in the car on a road trip can get monotonous even for the adults in the family. If you’re bored of playing I Spy, here are some other fun car

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travel
04 Jun

10 tips for stress-free travel

Where are you jetting off to this year? As the summer approaches, and with it the start of the holiday high season, we’re sharing some stress-free travel tips to help you make the most of your time away. 1. Shop around for the best deal The price of a holiday varies considerably throughout the year,

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do i need travel insurance
29 Jan

What Travel Insurance Cover do I Need?

As we wave goodbye to a very gloomy January, it’s time to start thinking about summer holidays and looking forward to brighter, warmer climes. And whilst the most exciting part of planning your summer adventures probably won’t be evaluating and purchasing your travel insurance, it’s one holiday essential you shouldn’t travel without. Travel insurance covers

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winter sports insurance
11 Dec

Winter Sports – A Short Guide to Staying Safe on the Slopes

The cold, crisp air and breath-taking vistas are just a few of the simple joys associated with winter sports. However, even the most competent skier and snowboarders can be involved in collisions or accidents. According to industry research, accidents on the slopes are the most common winter sports insurance claims. So if you are thinking

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car journeys
24 Aug

How to keep children occupied on long car journeys

Anyone with young children will know the struggle and stress of trying to take them on long car journeys. Whether it’s to the airport, a British seaside holiday or to a relative’s house, it’s likely to be a hassle. Here’s some advice on how to make it easier for everyone involved. Make sure your children

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empty nesters
08 Nov

How insurance needs change at different life stages: Empty Nesters

In the second of a series of articles, we look at how your insurance needs may change over your lifetime: Empty nesters and families with grown up children Your family’s insurance needs and obligations will evolve over time. Periodically reviewing those needs is necessary to ensure that you and your dependents are properly protected. Car

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home security summer holiday
15 Aug

Home security – don’t take chances this summer

The last thing you want to come home to after 2 weeks in the sun is a break-in, and then having to deal with the ensuing insurance claim. Here are our tips for home security to prevent this happening while you are away: 1. Tell a member of your family, local friend or trusted neighbour that

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