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AAA offers several types of travel insurance to protect you while you're on the go!


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AAA Insurance offers Travel Medical and Trip Cancellation Insurance. These plans provide coverage for covered medical expenses, financial losses - such as money invested in non-refundable pre-payments - and other losses incurred due to covered reasons while traveling.  Plans are issued to cover the duration of the trip the traveler books.  These plans are fitting for cruise travel, student travel, adventure travel and international travel. 


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IN-Travel-Insurance-215x155.jpgTravel Medical Insurance

Travel Medical Insurance offered by AAA provides complete medical protection for those traveling internationally and for non- citizens coming to the U.S. An illness or injury can turn a dream vacation into a costly nightmare.

Many health insurance plans, including Medicare, do not provide coverage when traveling outside of your home country. A flexible plan from AAA can provide up to $2,000,000 of affordable coverage with several deductible options. Coverage periods range from 10 days to a maximum of 2 years to fit your individual travel itinerary.

Trip Cancellation Insurance

Trip Cancellation Insurance by Allianz Global Assistance provides coverage for: trip cancellation/delay, limited medical & dental emergencies, baggage loss/delay, and personal accident protection.

*Terms, conditions, and exclusions apply.  Insurance benefits underwritten by BCS Insurance Company or Jefferson Insurance Company.  AGA Service Company is the licensed producer and administrator of these plans.

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Life is full of unforeseen circumstances, so an essential item on any vacation is a good travel insurance policy. It safeguards your financial investment and in many cases, safeguards your journey as well.

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