Common carrier delay for 48 hours
Mandatory evacuation conditionally covered
Accommodation made uninhabitable
Hurricane warning conditionally covered
Hurricane and Weather can reimburse a traveler in the event they must cancel or interrupt their trip due to inclement weather.
Unforeseen Events Include:
d) Inclement Weather, Natural Disasters, Terrorist Attacks, or mechanical breakdown of the common carrier which results in the complete cessation of travel services at the point of departure or destination for at least 48 consecutive hours.
e) Mandatory evacuation ordered by local authorities at Your destination due to hurricane or other Natural Disaster. You must have 50% or more of Your Trip remaining at the time the mandatory evacuation ends, in order for this benefit to be payable.
f) Natural Disaster or documented man-made disaster at the point of departure or Your destination which renders Your primary residence or the accommodations at Your destination uninhabitable.
g) Inclement weather or Natural Disaster resulting in the obstruction of public roadways, or curtailment of public Transportation, which prevents Your ability to arrive at Your Land/Sea Arrangements.
h) Hurricane warning causing cancellation of travel. Claims are not payable if a hurricane is foreseeable prior to Your Effective Date. A hurricane is foreseeable on the date it becomes a named storm. We will not pay any benefits 14 calendar days after the incident occurs. In order to cancel Your Covered Trip, You must have 50% or less of Your total Covered Trip length remaining. This benefit only applies if purchased within 7 days of the initial Trip payment.
i) Strike that causes complete cessation of travel services of Your Common Carrier for at least 48 consecutive hours.