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FREE vehicle breakdown cover
What is covered?
Cancellationplan holiday insurance has been specially designed for holidays in the UK. Cancellationplan offers you all the things you’d expect from a great travel insurance policy as well as a number of key benefits designed specifically to take care of you on your holiday in the UK.
Summary of Cover, Limits and ExcessesThe table below provides a summary of cover offered by Cancellationplan.
|Summary of Cover||Limit per person (up to) (unless otherwise shown)||Excess per person (unless otherwise shown)|
|1. Loss of deposit, Cancellation or Curtailment||cost of the holiday (max. £6,000) per party||£40 (£15 loss of deposit) per party|
|2. Medical repatriation
Visit by close relative
Hospital inconvenience benefit
£25 per day/£500 in total
|3. Personal accident||£15,000*||Nil|
|4. Personal liability||£2,000,000||Nil (£100 damage to accommodation per party)|
|5. Personal possessions
|6. Travel disruption||£300||Nil|
|7. Unexpected events||Nil|
|Travel delay (over 6 hours)
|£30 first 6 hours £15 each additional 6 hours £90
£30 per day; £150 in total
|8. Vehicle breakdown
(a) Labour charges
£200 per vehicle
|(b) Vehicle hire; or
Alternative driver, or
Rail or Coach fares
Note: Cover is only provided under
(a) up to £200 per vehicle OR
(b) up to £3,000 per vehicle
|£75 per day (£750 in total per vehicle)
£75 per day (£750 in total per vehicle)
Overall cost - per vehicle
£50 per day
Overall cost - per vehicle
* Death £10,000 in total
This is a summary of cover only. Full terms, conditions and excesses are shown in the Policy Wording:
Cancellationplan Policy Wording (PDF)
For £8.80 (£7.48 online) you can delete the standard excess. This will mean that in the event of a claim, the standard excess is reduced to Nil.
Click here to view our premiums for your UK holiday insurance or speak to one of our Cancellationplan representatives on 02392 419 843.
Cancellationplan does not cover claims where at the time of taking out this insurance:
1. The insured person:
- is aware of any set of circumstances which could reasonably have been expected to give rise to a claim; or
- has suffered from a chronic or recurring illness during the previous twelve months UNLESS permission is obtained from the treating doctor of fitness to travel at the time of booking; or
- is travelling against the advice of a doctor or where they would have been if they had sought their advice before beginning the trip; or
- knows that they will need treatment or consultation at any medical facility during the trip; or
- is travelling for the purpose of obtaining and/or receiving any elective surgery, procedure or hospital treatment.
2. The person whose condition gives rise to a claim:
- is receiving, or on a waiting list for treatment in a hospital or nursing home; or
- is awaiting the results of any tests or investigations; or
- has been given a terminal prognosis.
If the insured person has an existing medical condition for which consultation or treatment has been received during the 6 months prior to the date of issue of the policy, the excesses under Cancellation/Curtailment and Medical repatriation & other expenses are increased from £40 to £80.
Please see page 3 of the Policy Wording 'Important - Medical Conditions' for full details.
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Cancellationplan is a trading name of Travel Insurance Specialists P J Hayman & Company Limited. Registered in England no. 2534965. Registered Office: Stansted House, Rowlands Castle, Hampshire, PO9 6DX. Cover is underwritten by Travel Insurance Facilities plc and insured by Union Reiseversicherung AG, UK Branch. P J Hayman & Company Limited and Travel Insurance Facilities plc are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Union Reiseversicherung AG are authorised in Germany by BaFin and subject to limited regulation in the United Kingdom by the Financial Conduct Authority and in the Republic of Ireland by the Insurance Regulator.