6 Written Questions
6 Multiple Choice Questions
- What does the insurance policy set out?
- There are two parts to an insurance policy:
- Why bother with travel insurance?
- Replacement cost
- 2 examples of health insurance exclusions
6 True/False Questions
Insurance can help you replace something, protect you from something that may happen, pay off debt → Tips to reduce premium
Income protection, total and permanent disability, trauma or critical, term life or death, private health, consumer credit → 3 examples of travel insurance exclusion
when you ask your insurer to pay for something that is covered by your insurance policy → What is a claim?
Extreme activities, war or terrorist damage, luggage left unattended → There are two parts to an insurance policy:
Cost of policy (premium), product disclosure statement, insurance policy document (terms and conditions, risks covered, exclusions) → What to remember when choosing insurance
Damage caused by natural disasters → 2 examples of car insurance exlusions