Unsupervised luggage: a common mistake
Unsupervised can mean leaving your luggage and personal effects...
The following scenarios may not be covered by your travel insurance policy...
| 1. Daylight Robbery
While you enjoy the crystal clear water of your favourite beach destination, items left on the beach may be considered unsupervised, and as such if stolen are generally not covered by your travel insurance policy.
| 2. Hostel Hijacking
Hostels and shared accommodation are great for saving a few dollars. However, if you leave your belongings alone in a shared facility even to go to the bathroom, ensure they are stored securely or they may be considered unsupervised.
| 3. Smooth Criminal
Whichever song gets you going on the dance floor, leaving your bag on or under a table could mean that your items are not covered.
| 4. Train Trouble
Catching a bus or train is a great way to see the local countryside. Luggage and personal effects left in open racks out of sight may be considered unsupervised, so ensure your belongings are secured and if possible kept in close contact with you at all times.
Tips for keeping your stuff safe
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