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As Greater Numbers of Americans Head Abroad, Travel Insurance Becomes More Common [Forbes]

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PDF Nearly 4 in 10 Americans are likely to buy some kind of travel insurance for international trips. Protecting their get-a-ways if they unexpectedly have to cancel was the most valuable benefit, with 9 in 10 indicating that getting their money back was the top priority. Those are the highlights of a new survey released on Tuesday by the AAA that found that more American travelers are protecting their investments by purchasing travel insurance, particularly as expensive and international vacations become more popular. Shutterstock “More than 30 million family travelers will visit an international destination this year, 9 percent more than just two years ago,” Bill Sutherland, senior vice president of AAA Travel and Publishing, said in a statement. “There are just too many unknowns, like family emergencies and natural disasters, which can throw an unexpected wrench into a planned vacation. Travelers are increasingly not takin [Read more]

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