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Travel Insurance Star Ratings Explained

Travel Insurance Star Ratings Explained

How do Thats Insurance Arrive at their Ratings? Each policy is not only compared in terms of what it overs within a range of what we would expect to be covered for 1 to 5 stars, it is additionally ranked within its star rating with any particular Pro's and Con's highlighted. See an example review here All Clear Travel Insurance Review
  • Five star policies cover all Primary (core) sections and all Secondary sections under a travel policy.
  • Cancellation cover is above the level of the market average
  • Other Core Sections of cover are either at or above the levels of the market average.
  • Secondary sections of cover are either at or above the levels of the market average.
  • Five star policies provide additional cover benefits over and above standard policies.
  • Five star policies include scheduled airline and/or end supplier failure as standard.
  • Five star policies include natural catastrophe cover, either as standard, or as an option.
  • Premiums are the most competitive in relation to the cover provided.
  • Have clear and consumer friendly, policy wording and explanations of cover.
  • The alcohol exclusion is more customer friendly than the market average.
  • The standard excess is below the level of the market average.

  • Four star policies cover all Primary (core) sections and all Secondary sections under a travel policy.
  • Four star policies have cancellation cover at or above the market average.
  • Four star policies may have a maximum of one core and one secondary section, or two secondary sections of cover lower than the market average or the excess may be above the market average.
  • Four star policies may provide additional cover benefits.
  • Four star policies may not automatically include cover for scheduled airline or end supplier failure.
  • Premiums are competitive in relation to the cover provided.
  • Have clear and consumer friendly policy wording and explanations of cover.

  • Three star policies cover all Primary (core) Sections, but may not offer baggage and money cover as standard.
  • Three star policies have some core covers lower than the market average, or up to one secondary sections of cover missing.
  • Three star policies may have some secondary covers lower than the market average.
  • Three star policies may not provide scheduled airline/end supplier failure cover, or only offer it as an option.
  • The Insurer, may not provide quotations across the full range of scenarios tested.
  • The standard excess may be higher than the market average.

  • Two star policies generally provide cover that is below the market average and/or have Primary (core) and Secondary sections of cover missing from their policies.
  • Two star policies may not offer baggage/money cover.
  • Premiums tend to be much lower than the market average due to the low levels of cover provided.
  • The Standard Excess is higher than the market average.
  • The Insurer may not provide quotation across the full range of scenarios tested
  • Policy wordings may not be as consumer friendly as other Insurers

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