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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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How to Protect Your Family Travel Plans

Traveling during the holiday season can be extremely stressful, whether it is experiencing delays as you travel across the country or even missing your connection while traveling internationally to see your loved ones. What makes this experience even worse is when you are delayed due to stubborn weather. Under our Travel Insured policies, we have benefits which can make your holiday stress into holiday joy.
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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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2012 Hurricane Season Travel Protection

With hurricane season here, are you concerned that your trip will soon become a disaster due to a storm? Do you have a fear that your luxury vacation rental will be in shambles, or that your flight will be grounded due to weather? Travel Insured International can offer you plans and coverage that will provide you peace of mind. Here are a couple of tips that are important to remember during this season!
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Tornadoes Strike Dallas/Fort Worth Area

On April 3, 2012, it was reported that an estimated ten to 12 tornadoes touched land during a storm causing wide spread damage. Both Arlington and Lancaster, Texas declared disaster zones after the tornadoes hit. Tractor trailers were flipped, roofs were ripped off, and over 300 buildings were severely damaged.
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