Author: Sarah Raymer (page 1 of 2)

Tips for Staycations

Summer months are upon us! The school year is coming to an end, and if you’re like many parents, you’re dreading the many weeks ahead that the kids are at home all day long! Many families can’t afford to take an expensive vacation get away every year. Maybe this year is your families’ year to stay close to home. Regardless of how near or far you will be spending your vacation this summer, it is always important to protect your investment.
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What If I Don’t Want to Go Anymore?

You’ve booked the trip months in advance and have been looking forward to it. The week before you are to travel, you learn that your best friend from high school planned a surprise visit the same time you are supposed to be away. What are you going to do?
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Too Many Snow Days, What Do I Do?

If you live in the Northeast, like I do, you know we’ve had a long cold winter. With that long cold winter came many snow days for the kids. Many school boards are now shortening or all together cancelling pre-scheduled school vacations—Bet you never thought of that when you scheduled your spring break vacation last year!
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What Does Excess Coverage Mean?

If your policy is in excess, meaning secondary, in the event of a claim you are required to first submit your expenses to the liable party.
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Emergency Assistance While Traveling

While you don’t plan on losing your wallet while on your vacation or becoming severely ill, let’s face it, emergencies occur all the time. Have no fear; there is someone there to help.
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Driving in a Winter Wonderland!

With the hustle and bustle of the holidays in full swing, it’s no secret that people are more stressed as they begin to experience long waits and unexpected challenges while traveling. Regardless if you are driving or flying, you can count on more delays than you would experience in the warmer months.
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Traveling While Pregnant

For most women, pregnancy is the most enjoyable time in their lives. So why should it prevent you from traveling? By following these tips, you can make traveling while pregnant enjoyable for yourself (and baby!)
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What Does “All-Inclusive” Really Mean?

You’ve read the brochures, searched the internet for cruises and vacation packages –all advertised as “all-inclusive.”
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Family Members May Affect Travel Insurance

Did you know that when you purchase travel insurance, some of your coverage may be affected by family members not traveling with you?
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Tips for Traveling to a Hurricane Region

With Hurricane Season in full swing, experts are predicting to see a near-normal hurricane season in both the Atlantic Basin, including the Caribbean and Gulf of Mexico, and the Eastern Pacific this year. If you plan on traveling to storm-prone regions you should carefully consider the potential dangers and inconveniences associated with your trip prior to finalizing plans. It is important to always be prepared, and take into consideration the following tips to ensure your safety this season!
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