Embracing the unexpected is a big part of enjoying your travel experiences. But it’s much easier to do if the unexpected doesn’t come with unmanageable medical costs.
That’s where Good Sam TravelAssist comes in. But do you need it if you already have travel medical insurance?
Travel medical insurance takes care of emergency medical expenses you incur while away from your regular network of healthcare providers. Most plans reimburse you for reasonable charges up to the plan limit.
Some examples of these charges include:
Generally, the two types of travel medical insurance plans available are stand-alone plans and plans included in comprehensive travel insurance.
Stand-alone travel medical insurance covers only medical and dental expenses. It doesn’t include things like baggage coverage or trip cancellation.
Comprehensive travel insurance plans provide broader coverage for a host of potential travel-related issues. In addition to medical and dental coverage, these often include emergency evacuation, trip delay and cancellation coverage, and baggage loss.
While traveling, the last thing you need is to realize the insurance you’re paying for doesn’t offer sufficient coverage. Here are a few things that most travel medical insurance policies don’t help with:
Good Sam TravelAssist plans bridge the gap in these scenarios, offering protections against costs for services that medical travel insurance simply doesn’t provide.
Good Sam TravelAssist solves the problems standard travel medical insurance doesn’t. It provides a host of resources to help you plan for the worst so you can enjoy the best when traveling domestically and internationally.
You can fully compare the significant differences between TravelAssist and regular travel medical insurance here, but examples include:
The benefits don’t end there either. So why get Good Sam TravelAssist? To cover everything that your regular travel medical insurance does not!
To learn more about Good Sam TravelAssist, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page today!
1Benefits described are intended as an overview, please refer to your Plan Description for details on coverage and benefits. TravelAssist does not provide coverage for medical expense, and does not take the place of medical or travel insurance. If you are planning to travel outside the U.S., contact a trusted travel advisor to learn more about acquiring travel insurance prior to your next trip.