Compulsory third-party liability insurance
for all ski holidays in Italy as of January 2022

As of January 1, 2022, a new regulation on skiing and snowboarding comes into force in Italy. If you want to ski, snowboard, sledge or walk on local ski resort slopes, you must have liability insurance for damages you cause to third parties. Upon request, you also must prove that you have this insurance, which will mostly happen during a ski pass purchase. Failure to comply with this obligation may result in a fine of up to EUR 150.

We at ERV Evropská, as a travel insurance specialist, have been offering different types of products that include third-party liability insurance for many years now. If you are a holder of MultiTrip Premium, or Winter or Risk Sports extensions to SingleTrip insurance, you are fine to comply the new regulation.

In order to easy out the way you prove that you meet the new regulation, we have amended following documents.

 

Insurance TypeWhere is the liability insurance info located
SingleTrip travel insuranceThe information is included in the insurance you receive after purchase
MultiTrip travel insuranceThe information is included in the insurance you receive after purchase
Travel agency ad-hoc insurance (e.g. NEV-DAMA)Most of our partners have amended related documents accordingly
Business travel insuranceA special document available after purchase or upon request

 

If you have our MultiTrip insurance we will send you a new bilingual version of the document automatically. For SingleTrip insurance holders however, where the trip destination was not specified during the insurance purchase we are unable to send the document likewise. We will be happy to re-issue the modified insurance for you upon request. If you arrange our insurance after December 20, 2021, you receive the English version of the insurance with the proof-information automatically.

In case of any questions or policy re-issuing requests please, contact us at 221 860 860 or klient@ERVpojistovna.cz.

Sincerely Yours, ERV Evropská