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Moneyfacts has completed its annual assessment of the travel insurance market and awarded its Star Ratings accordingly. Thanks to thorough, expert analysis, those policies that are truly exceptional have been unearthed, making it easier to choose between the vast number of providers out there.
Indeed, you can be sure that those annual and single trip policies that have been given a five or four-star rating will give you all the protection that you might require, so you can focus on what cost and specific features may be most suitable to your needs.
Samantha Owens, Insight Manager at Moneyfacts, said: "Whether it's lost luggage or being stranded abroad, getting the right travel insurance can help holidaymakers continue with a stress-free holiday, or get them home when they need it the most. But, in the ever-expanding travel insurance market, making sure you have the best policy can be a confusing task.
"The annual Moneyfacts Travel Insurance Star Ratings highlight the most complete products with the most features and competitive limits, allowing consumers to focus their attention on the most suitable cover for them."
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