Business trips may mean travelling with laptops, tablets and smartphones – all these could be covered, but check the policy wording before deciding on cover and watch out for any exclusions regarding business use.
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What does business travel insurance cover?
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If you’re travelling on behalf of your employer they’ll likely cover the cost of your flights and hotels, but if you’re self-employed missing connections could prove a costly mistake.
Again appropriate insurance could cover any extra expenses you incur. Replacement colleague cover is another added extra offered by some policies. If you find yourself unable to fulfil your duties, this sort of insurance will allow a colleague to take your place.
Cover for UK domestic trips may be included, too, if you find yourself in a business park off the M5 rather than more exotic climes.
Combining work and play?
Travelling for business doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy your time away – in fact, taking part in activities such as golf and water sports may be part of networking and doing your job.
Some policies cover the cost of golf clubs and sports equipment as standard, but check your policy wording to see what is and isn’t covered.
What if I travel several times a year?
Travelling regularly for business could mean that you would benefit from an annual multi-trip policy, allowing you to take as many trips as you need each year.
It’s essential that you know what insurance you have in place and whether you need additional cover.
What should I look out for?
If you’re made redundant because of misconduct or you resign before travelling, a policy may not cover you. You might also find yourself out of pocket if you had received a warning of redundancy before you bought the insurance or at the time of booking.
If you’re taking business goods or materials along with you, loss or damage to these may not be protected under your policy – check your terms and conditions.