A whole host of interesting facts about the region and further afield for your reading pleasure. So, did you know…?
The hunting season causes fearful animals to panic and head away from the guns…and safety of the fields and forests.
It came as a surprise to find that in France, there is NO age limit or medical history required to take out travel insurance, you are NOT penalised if you have the misfortune to have suffered from a chronic or serious illness, as in the UK.
A decree dated 23rd October 2019 defined the electric scooter as a “motorised land vehicles”, which means the driver must be covered by civil liability in (Article L211-1 of the Insurance Code).
If you’re double vaccinated and wondering when you should have your booster, the Assurance Maladie have created a type of online simulator to help you to calculate the date of your booster dose.
Whereas in the UK the only obligatory insurance policy is for your car, in France the approach is much more nanny-state with health, home and car insurance all compulsory, as well as certain others in particular circumstances.
No symptoms required or prescription needed for this nasal swab test to screen for Covid-19, available to all.
Whilst you must continue to insure your vehicle, some insurance companies may offer a reduction in premiums.
Is the uncertainty over Brexit causing you uncertainty over whether to stay in France or not? Whichever side of the Brexit divide you are on, and in the knowledge that “nothing is agreed until everything is agreed”, there are some important issues to be aware of concerning life assurance-based investments.
As Benjamin Franklin once said: “In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes” Unfortunately AXA can’t help you avoid either, but we can help ease the burden. No one…