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Last updated: 14 April 2022
That depends on your travel plans: 90-day travel insurance covers you for longer trips than standard travel insurance policies, which usually have a maximum trip length of 31 days for both single-trip and annual policies.
Travel insurance is not a legal requirement, but it can offer peace of mind.
That depends on how often you plan to go away:
single-trip cover covers you for one trip
annual cover covers you for multiple trips over the course of one year
If you’re going travelling for a year or more you might need a specialist backpacker travel insurance policy that can cover you in several countries.
If you are only going away once in the next year, you might assume a single-trip policy is best, but check annual policies too. Annual cover is often cheaper if you make several trips in a year, but it can also be cheaper even if you are only making one trip. For example:
a quote for a single-trip 90-day policy could cost £70
an annual policy with the same insurer, and an individual trip length of more than 90 days could come to £50
However, some annual policies offer lower levels of cover than single-trip insurance, so look carefully at what is covered by each policy.
To ensure you’re fully protected when you travel, be sure to:
Declare your medical conditions, because if you don’t, your insurance won’t cover you if you fall ill. Here’s how to make sure your pre-existing conditions are covered
Add extra cover if you need it, such as extreme or winter sports cover if you’re planning to take part in any such activities while you’re away
Once you know the type of policy and level of cover you need, compare as many policies as possible.
You can also try these eight ways to cut the cost of your travel insurance to get the best possible deal.
You can still get a quote through money.co.uk if you have a pre-existing condition, including cancer or severe heart or respiratory complaints. People who have had strokes or are terminally ill can also get a quote.
Some insurers might not cover you if you already have a severe medical disorder or a number of conditions, and others may only offer insurance at a much higher price. If you’re unable to find suitable cover, talk to the Money and Pension Service (MaPS). It has a directory of insurers willing to cover customers with pre-existing medical conditions.