CNBC, May 25 2017 – Four questions to ask before you buy travel insurance

Published by Steven Benna May 25, 2017

Say you’re worried about hurricane season, which runs from June 1 through Nov. 30. One policy might allow you to cancel your trip as soon as there’s an official storm warning in effect for your destination, while another may require a bigger impact like a delayed flight, said Steven Benna, a spokesman for comparison site Squaremouth. You won’t be covered at all if the storm threatening your trip is named before you buy a policy.

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