One in 10 do not take out travel insurance
The average cost of Brits getting medical treatment abroad is £5,620 and a third have needed medical treatment while on holiday, research from MoneySuperMarket has revealed. Despite only costing on average £31, one in 10 still do not take out travel insurance. According to the study, 44% of 25-34 year olds have required medical treatment abroad, with USA the most likely place for Brits to need treatment but also the most expensive place - a heart bypass costs £113,000 in the US. Spain is...
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