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Travel Insurance For Kids

A dependant is defined as your child or grandchild not in full time employment, who is under the age of 19. In order to be classed as a dependant, the child must be travelling with a parent or grandparent at all times. 

If a dependant is listed on your policy, the benefits are shared. So if a certain benefit allows you to claim for an amount of $5,000, this $5,000 would be split amongst you and your dependants. If you want your dependant to have their own benefits (i.e, you’re both entitled to a full $5,000), then you both need to be on the policy has adults. 

If you have a child under 16 years of age that requires a single adult policy you will need to contact our Customer Service Centre to discuss your options.


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