Family Travel Safety
There are so many things to consider on vacation: the kids, the pets, the luggage. Read up on family travel safety and how to make the best of it.
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Most travelers think their own auto insurance will cover rental car accidents, too. But do you honestly know the details of your coverage, how long your coverage will last or how well you're really protected?
By Christopher Neiger
Nobody wants their trip ruined by having to fight-off an intestinal virus or to arrive home with the flu. Just follow these simple precautions and you can greatly reduce your risk of travel illness.
By Christopher Lampton
Nothing saps the fun from a road trip like being pulled over by a cop. Besides simply obeying traffic laws, how can you avoid a ticket on your next trip?
By Nicholas Gerbis
Road trip: two words that promise summer adventure and fun. Car problems: two words that will kill that excitement in a heartbeat. A breakdown on the highway will turn your long-awaited vacation into the mechanic's "pay-cation" and leave you with unpleasant memories.
By Martha Barksdale
Rest areas are supposed to be safe havens for drivers who need some shut eye. But they're not nearly as secure you'd think. How can you play it safe at rest stops?
By Clint Pumphrey
Visiting a theme park is one of summer's most exciting activities for kids. There are daring adventures, exhilarating rides, and, of course, greasy park foods. But theme park outings harbor some dangers, too.
By Heather Kolich
Is it safe for parents to travel without their kids? There's a lot of planning and preparation involved in leaving the little ones at home, but just what do you need to do before you go?
By Linda C. Brinson
It's the sentence sure to fill even the most confident parent with fear: "Mom, Dad, I want to go with the other kids on spring break." How should you respond?
By Patrick J. Kiger