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Much like other beaurocratic processes, all things take time. When you consider how many parties are involved - you, the other party, your insurance, their insurance, independent claims assessors, potentially police, witnesses (if any). Each party isn't going to act on it immediately - they have other work today. Maybe they'll get to yours this week, maybe ...


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Thailand talked about having tourists provide proof of insurance upon arrival, as too many travelers have skipped out on hospital bills (scooter crashes, etc). They have also talked about implementing insurance coverage for travelers paid by a fee to be collected upon arrival. But none of these ideas have been implemented and likely won't be in the near ...


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None. I have visited all those countries and I wasn't asked about insurance by any country (we have free medical care back in my home country but I think that's irrelevant). A note about your credit card's insurance: if you plan to use it, just make sure you are eligible for it before leaving the country. In most cases, you have to buy the ticket using that ...


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because of sanctions international companies usually will even prohibit the access to their free services for users located in Iran (for example Google code) and because of their nature, insurance companies will be very happy to deny to cover you in Iran, and even if they want to cover you they can't because at this time most foreign companies(especially ...


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I haven't done the trip but I know some who did it as part of the Mongol Rally. I checked with them - being Australians, they bought their insurance through 1Cover so they definitely covered the whole trip including driving from Europe (London) through to Iran and beyond. The Rally itself suggests Campbell Irvine, which suggests they will also cover that ...


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http://www.nac.co.nz has tourist-specific insurance, but I'm not sure of the exact restrictions - possibly only third party, but better than nothing. Your travel insurance might cover it anyway. Also, you should check out the road rules before you go http://www.drivingtests.co.nz/roadcode/tourist/



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