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franquicia vehículo/franquicia personas

English translation: deductible/excess

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Spanish term or phrase:franquicia
English translation:deductible/excess
Entered by: Rebecca Hendry
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12:23 Feb 21, 2008
Spanish to English translations [PRO]
Insurance / Travel insurance policy
Spanish term or phrase: franquicia vehículo/franquicia personas
This appears in a document detailing the terms and conditions of a travel insurance policy and the different items covered.

FRANQUICIA VEHICULO:
FRANQUICIA PERSONAS: 15 Km

(It appears in the same section of the document as the policyholder details and the vehicle details. The vehicle details are blank as no particular vehicles seem to be being insured.)

Any ideas? Spanish from Spain for UK English. Thanks in advance.
Rebecca Hendry
United Kingdom
Local time: 22:37
deductible
Explanation:
It looks as if the insured cannot claim if the transport is less than 15km. In this case, "deductible" is fine.
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Neil Crockford
Local time: 22:37
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Thanks again!
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deductible


Explanation:
It looks as if the insured cannot claim if the transport is less than 15km. In this case, "deductible" is fine.

Neil Crockford
Local time: 22:37
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PRO pts in category: 184
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Thanks again!

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agree  xxxcmwilliams: but isn't it 'excess' in the UK? That's what I usually see in travel insurance policies in the UK.
21 mins
  -> You're probably right here. My impression is that "deductible" is taking over, particularly amongst insurance people, but "excess" is still probably more common in personal lines policies. and

agree  Egmont
8 hrs
  -> Thanks
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