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    Direct Travel Insurance

    I've been looking at travel insurance over the last few weeks for my trip to the USA and tonight I have noticed that Direct Travel policies are now provided by AIG and not AXA.

    I was wondering if this will make any difference to their policies. Anyone had any experience of AIG?

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    policy wording here: http://www.direct-travel.co.uk/FAQ/W...cy-Wording.pdf

    Same as before: for bikes over 125cc the rider must have a valid licence

    Chapter & verse on AIG here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AIG

    They sponsor Manchester Utd Inc, which may be a good or bad thing...
    This space deliberately left blank as the author writes too much pretentious bollocks as it is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chapsworth View Post
    I've been looking at travel insurance over the last few weeks for my trip to the USA and tonight I have noticed that Direct Travel policies are now provided by AIG and not AXA.

    I was wondering if this will make any difference to their policies. Anyone had any experience of AIG?

    AIG are one of the largest insurers in the world. Not much to chose between them and Axa, ones American, the other French.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wapping View Post
    AIG are one of the largest insurers in the world. Not much to chose between them and Axa, ones American, the other French.
    and AXA have the decency to sponsor cricket rather than Manchester United

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