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Travelling with no insurance is a 'major risk'

31 March 2009
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Jetting off on a short ski holiday with no insurance is a risk that is not worth taking.

Many people are planning to take holidays, despite the credit crunch.

However, over-50s insurance provider RIAS is urging people not to try and cut costs by scrimping on travel cover.

Managing director Janet Connor said people should consider travel insurance as an essential purchase and not as an afterthought.

"When buying insurance consumers should think of a policy as something they need to tailor, rather than buying a one-size-fits-all product.

It is essential to be familiar with the terms of the policy in order to know exactly what cover you are getting for your money," she added.

Travellers should not be tempted by the cheapest packages and should consider the level of cover being offered, the company said.

Meanwhile, holidaymakers have been advised by the Ski Club of Great Britain to consider their ability on the slopes, respect other skiers and maintain a sensible speed in order to avoid accidents.

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