Hurricane Irene: A Refresher Course

It happens every year: the first official hurricane of the Atlantic season.  Somehow, even though we know it’s probably coming, it always takes us a bit by surprise.  As travelers, we do our best to be informed and prepared before it hits, and yet, when the first hurricane becomes a reality, there’s still that moment

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Taking the kids & travel insurance

We’re pleased to welcome a guest writer to our blog today.  Eileen Ogintz is a travel writer who runs the wonderful site Takingthekids.com, which is an indispensable resource for families planning to travel with children. Taking the Kids and Getting Travel Insurance By Eileen Ogintz For once I kept my mouth shut. I resisted the

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Closures and Delays: Can’t Get There From Here

When asked what the most common concern of travelers might be, during Hurricane Season, most of our reps immediately answered; “They’re worried that they can’t get where they’re going.”  Inclement weather can, of course, close airports and other travel hubs, or cause a domino-effect of delays and cancellations rippling outward from affected cities and wreaking

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Travel Insurance & Hurricanes: What to Ask

One of the reasons we’re so adamant about trying to stay in touch with our customers is that it’s often the experience of one traveler that helps us better serve the needs of all travelers.  One person’s experience can sometimes help us to uncover unique questions and concerns about travel insurance that might help somebody

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CUSTOMER RATINGS & REVIEWS

WARWICK, RI, July 19, 2011—InsureMyTrip.com, the premier travel insurance comparison site, has launched a brand new initiative that makes choosing and buying travel insurance far easier for all travelers. InsureMyTrip’s Customer Ratings & Reviews (R&R) program marks one of the most significant updates in the innovative company’s eleven year history, and establishes InsureMyTrip as the

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