Ski passes held both by the customer and his/her relatives as TELESKIPASS service users can be inclusive of the « Snowcare » SKI INSURANCE.
You can decide whether or not to benefit from the insurance cover upon signing of the contract. Your decision will remain valid for each badge/support throughout the duration of the contract, without prejudice to Article 9, section 6, therein (see below).
This optional insurance cover comes at a price of €3,00 per day for each insured person, regardless of the type of ski pass used (one-day or half-day pass).
For relatives falling within the baby rate category, the insurance cover comes at a price of €1.50 per day.
Pursuant to Article 9 of the contract – WITHDRAWAL FROM AND TERMINATION OF THE CONTRACT
6. By September 15th of each year at the latest, customers may also notify SKIPASS VALLE D’AOSTA (Pila spa), by registered mail or by using the online procedure specifically provided for that purpose, if any, by SKIPASS VALLE D’AOSTA, of their intention to get the ski insurance policy, in their name or for the benefit of all or some of their relatives, if they did not choose to get it upon signing of the contract, or of their intention to withdraw the ski insurance policy, if they initially took it out. After this date and if no communications are received, the contractual terms of the insurance will be unchangeable until the next winter season.
Customers may change their insurance option, as specified above, until September 15th AT THE LATEST:
– by sending SKIPASS VALLE D’AOSTA (Pila spa) their request by registered mail (a copy of the registered letter is to be retained by the customer);
– by using the online procedure specifically provided for that purpose (see ENTER CUSTOMER AREA/change the SKI INSURANCE option).
From the winter season 2015-2016 the first rescue service on the Aosta Valley ski slopes is subject to a payment of € 200, partially covering the cost of the service. This amount is however covered by “SNOWCARE” insurance, if enabled previously.
In cases of accident, in order to obtain first aid care from contracted healthcare institutions without having to pay for it in advance, users of the TELESKIPASS service with insurance must on their own responsibility inform ski patrollers, while being rescued on the ski slopes, that they are insured by signing a specific self-declaration form.
Otherwise, they may submit a compensation claim to their insurance company after having paid for services obtained.