With greater risks comes more comprehensive insurance coverage – and more exclusions. One common exclusion says that laptops checked into an airplane’s hold isn’t covered. If the no-laptop-in-the-cabin rule gains wider traction, that could spell trouble for travelers who think their electronics are insured against damage. Travelers should also be aware that many cheaper policies don’t cover terrorism at all.
Read more about the what travel insurance may and may not cover at The Telegraph.