Hurricane season puts travelers on edge, but with these tips from Conde Nast Traveler you can travel more confidently. The article provides tips on how to plan ahead and tells travelers to consider travel insurance.
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WPRI stopped by the InsureMyTrip office to talk with Peter Roca about storms, delays, cancellations, and travel insurance. “Travel insurance is meant to cover unforeseen events,” Pete Roca, InsureMyTrip’s director of customer operations, told WPRI 12, adding: “January tends to be one of our busiest months for this reason.” A recent storm forced airlines to
As 2013 comes to a close, Providence Business News sits with Jim Grace to discuss reasons people get travel insurance and what’s enabled Warwick-based InsureMyTrip to have a strong and growing customer base buying a little travel peace of mind. Things can happen before you leave. The destination might become uninhabitable if a hurricane runs
In a recent article on Philly.com by the Washington Post’s Andrea Sachs, the benefits of having a comprehensive travel medical insurance plan are made glaringly clear. Citing such reputable sources as the United States Travel Insurance Association (USTiA) and Peter Evans, Vice President of InsureMyTrip, “How to Prepare for Sickness on Foreign Trips” provides insight
In an article published on the Huffington Post regarding the many headaches Carnival Cruises has endured this year, the difference between cruise line insurance and third-party travel insurance for your cruise is spelled out in stark terms. While there are many good reasons to purchase your insurance from an independent source rather than from the