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    Isabelle112 Guest

    Question 'Abroad Insuance'?

    Hello There,


    I was writing an email and wanted to say that some insurance companies in Belgium doesn't cover cars when they get out of Belgium.


    Like, When you travel abroad , the insurance company won't cover you. Is it OK to say that the insurance companies don't offer abroad insurance?


    Or Is there a better way to say that?


    Many thanks

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    Default Re: 'Abroad Insuance'?

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    Hmm. I think I would call it 'overseas insurance' or 'insurance abroad'. 'Abroad' usually postmodifies. But perhaps you should google for the phrases: no doubt the insurance companies have their own preferred terminology.
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