Are all travellers under 21 your children or grandchildren?
A dependent is defined by 1Cover as children or grandchildren, not in full time employment, who are under the age of 21 and travelling with you for 100% of the journey. Before proceeding, please confirm that all travellers under 21 are dependants of the adult travellers. If the child is not classified under the above terms then please treat them as an adult traveller within this policy.
Dependants Don't Travel Free On A Group Policy.
When travelling as a group, dependants under 21 are not covered for free and they will be considered as ‘travelling adults’ in order to be covered on a group policy.
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Clever Canadian Travel Guide
The Before You Go Checklist
- Tick these off your list before you go overseas so you can rest easy when it comes to holiday time!
- Plan, Plan, Plan! Before you go across the border or overseas, it’s always helpful to plan and research your destination. Fortune favours the prepared when it comes to safety & smooth travelling.
- Get comprehensive travel insurance before you leave home. Make sure it covers all the activities you plan on doing and the places you are visiting too.
- Check out the latest travel advice on Travel.gc.ca. Be aware of any travel warnings or alerts for your destination. Join the Registration of Canadians Abroad to keep yourself connected to home in case of an emergency abroad.
- If you can’t get into a country then your journey is over before it has even begun. Make sure you check visa and entry requirements well in advance of you leaving home.
- You never know when something could go wrong, so always prepare for an emergency. Make sure you have the local emergency numbers, and know where the nearest Canadian Embassy, High Commission or Consulate is.
- Make copies of your passport, visas, itinerary, bookings, drivers license and credit cards. Photocopying might seem a little extreme, but if you lose something really important having a copy of those vital details can be really helpful.
- Your passport is your ticket to ride! Ensure your passport has at least 6 months validity beyond your intended departure for the countries you are visiting.
- Always ensure you check with your doctor if any vaccinations are recommended for the countries you are travelling to.
The Clever Canadian
- Makes friends with locals.
- Wears enclosed, safe footwear at all times when out and about
- Doesn’t dress like a tourist, blends in with the locals.
- Stashes his cash in different places
- Packs light and leaves valuables at home.
- Doesn’t leave backpack unattended.
The Silly Traveller
- Carries expensive items.
- Rides motorbike with no helmet or licence while wearing shorts
- Over packs
- Ignores rules
- Drinks the tap water and gets very sick
- Flashes their cash around
- Carries a huge map and flashy camera
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