Travel Costs

This exclusion on a medical insurance policy means that travel costs incurred for transportation to and from medical facilities such as hospitals, doctors, clinics, dentists, and other medical facilities will not be covered by the policy, with the exception of costs that fall under the “Local ambulance,” “Medical evacuation,” and “Medical repatriation” benefits. These costs can include expenses related to private car, taxi, public transport or any other costs associated with transportation to and from these facilities. It is important to note that these types of expenses can add up quickly, particularly for those who live in areas that are far from medical facilities or for those who require frequent medical appointments. It is important to check with the insurance company or consult the policy’s terms and conditions to see if these types of travel costs are covered and under what conditions.