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What are Limited Coverage Insurance Plans And How Do They Work?

What are Limited Coverage Insurance Plans And How Do They Work?

When it comes to shopping for travel insurance plans, one of the most confusing aspects is which type of plan to select: limited or comprehensive? Well, thats completely up to the buyer. 

Limited coverage plans are lower-cost travel insurance plans that have less benefits than the higher-cost comprehensive coverage plans. Consider the risks involved in your trip. If you are young, in relatively good health, and your trip will be more relaxing than strenuous, a limited coverage plan might suffice. 

However, if you face a serious medical emergency well abroad, on a limited coverage plan, youre likely to end up paying the majority of the bills out of your own pocket. Check out the video below to learn more about limited coverage plans and how it works. 


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