Travel Club with Accidental Death and Dismemberment (AD&D) Benefits
With AD&D, you and your family can navigate a tragic event.
Fatal motor vehicle accidents occur every day on American roadways. Have peace of mind by having a Travel Club that includes AD&D benefits! This unique travel club will not only cover you for rental car and travel discounts but will pay your beneficiary a benefit if you are accidentally killed in a 4-wheel private passenger automobile.
What is a Travel Club with AD&D Benefits?
Some people refer to AD&D as AD&D insurance or accidental death and dismemberment insurance. The travel club is not considered insurance. The travel club offered by Nations Safe Drivers includes an accidental death and dismemberment benefit to the beneficiary if you are killed in an accident.
How does the Travel Club with AD&D Benefits Work?
The travel club offers an Accidental Death & Dismemberment benefit to the member’s named beneficiary in the event of a 4-wheel private passenger automobile accident. If you’re in an auto accident that results in death, your AD&D benefits will be paid in one lump sum to your named beneficiary after the claim is processed. If you lose a limb in an automobile accident, you will be paid the benefit directly.
The program is available in almost all states excluding Alaska, New York, and Vermont. You can choose from limits starting as little as $1,000 and go up to $50,000. With a variety of options and guarantied acceptance, we can find one to suit your specific needs.
In addition to the AD&D benefit, what is included in a Travel Club?
- Concierge Benefits
- Theft Hit & Run Protection*
- Rental Car Discounts
- Travel Discounts
- Lost Luggage Protection
- Emergency Cash Protection
- Emergency Travel Expense Reimbursement
*The Theft Hit & Run Protection benefit is not available in Tennessee.
Travel Club with AD&D Benefits Pricing
Cost-U-Less Insurance offers the AD&D travel program at affordable rates.
How Do I Enroll in a Travel Club with AD&D Benefits?
You can purchase online or over the phone today.