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Old 04-28-2008, 11:44 AM
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Carnival insurance is adequate and far better than not being covered at all. I'd stick with what you have and just shop next time for possibly better coverage and often lower cost in the process. Don't try making changes after penalty. You won't like the choices available or what you'd have to spend to change at this point. As Sandy said, there will be penalties involved.

Cheers, Neil