Remember business travel insurance for these items
26 January 2009 09:19
Businessmen or others going away, not for a break but for reasons beyond their control, may wish to take heed of advice in the Times newspaper, relating to articles that often get left out of a suitcase but may prove to be a god-send.
The newspaper ran a story relating to a new book from Michael Moran entitled Sod Abroad which states 12 items that may save travellers some time and stress if they remember to put the items in a suitcase rather than leave them in the draw at home.
Those going on business trips may often have some time to kill so remembering to take a good book and reading glasses to read the book and other important paperwork may prove beneficial.
While remembering an umbrella could prevent you from turning up to an important meeting in a wet suit.
Easier things that may be forgotten include headache tablets and any passwords that you may require to access valuable information.
Those that have remembered to pack all this into their suitcase and other important items like laptops should make sure they have all their goods insured in case of any loss or damage.
Buying specific travel insurance for business trips may prove to be the most beneficial of the many travel insurance options open.