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Yesterday, we thought Winter Storm Stella was going to strike hard. Today, we know it’s going to. When this storm passes, all of the Northeast will be under several inches, if not feet, of wet heavy snow. Much of the region is under a Blizzard warning, as well. Early March travelers are being tested with
The Zika Outbreak Brazil is not only the epicenter for international sports this August. It’s also one of the most affected countries from the Zika virus. While you cannot cancel your trip due to Zika without Cancel for Any Reason coverage, a travel insurance plan could reimburse you for covered medical expenses if you should
Travelers asked, we answered: Top questions from our site. With a recent redesign to the InsureMyTrip website, there are more opportunities for travelers to engage with licensed travel insurance representatives to get answers to their questions about various products and coverage options. There’s plenty of food for thought in the comments section underneath many of
It’s time to talk about getting sick. All the links that have been flying around the internet this week — at least, in the travel insurance world — have basically been about germs and travel. Travel and germs. How germs affect travel. So for this week’s roundup, we take a broad view of the way
It’s time for another weekly wrap-up, covering the travel (and travel insurance) content that particularly caught our attention over the past seven days. This week, as winter storms continue to roll through the nation, it’s all about the cancellations and delays. Flight cancellations soar (see what we did there?) According to Skift.com, over 33,000 US
This week, the theme in our Customer Care Center seems to be travel alerts, warnings, and cautions. Well-informed travelers have been calling in asking questions about destinations ranging from Russia to Thailand. These links should help clear up some of the questions surrounding the various concerns you may have about visiting some of the countries
This Spring — such as it is — appears to be starting off as one big “whoops” moment. Groundhog: Whoops. Expected sunny skies: Whoops. Warm Spring Break hopes: Whoops. And then there’s all that pesky cruising news: Whoops. Whoops. And Whoops again. Not to mention, of course, sequester-related shortfalls and furloughs affecting the TSA, FAA,
Travelers have no doubt heard about the possible effects the forthcoming sequester, set to take effect in just four days, may have on their plans. News outlets across the country have been covering Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood’s statements that the sequester’s budget-cutting measures will eat into the funds used to keep the FAA and TSA
If you’re in a time crunch and need travel insurance quickly, here are some tips to help you make an informed decision.