Squaremouth, a travel insurance website, offered up “The Three Biggest Misconceptions” travelers have about hurricane coverage.
First is that a consumer can purchase travel insurance after a storm has been named. “This misconception generates the most calls to Squaremouth and is the most costly mistake travelers when buying a policy for hurricane coverage,” the company said.
Once a storm starts forming, it’s considered a “foreseeable event” and insurance coverage will no longer cover losses, InsureMyTrip noted.
While you can still buy a policy after a hurricane has been named, Squaremouth said, you cannot file a claim related to that storm.
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