Terms matter — some policies may kick in only if the hurricane means your flight is canceled or your destination is “uninhabitable,” he said. Look for a cancel-for-any-reason policy, which lets you back out of a trip for pretty much any worry. Costs can range from 4 to 12 percent of the price of your trip, depending on the provider and coverage; sites including InsureMyTrip and Squaremouth make it easy to compare.
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