Las Vegas' best hotels are a bargain right now, and Toronto airfares are 25% lower than they were a year ago.
Think twice before choosing your credit card’s rental car protection plan over optional insurance. You might not be as covered as you think.
The frenzy of fees in everything from travel to banking is the financial equivalent of a cold slap in the face. Here's how to work around them.
Your card likely carries some coverage, but you need to understand what's included and what's not.
Out-of-town drivers who are unaware of local unmanned e-toll roads can risk paying hefty "administrative fees" to rental car companies.
Don't assume you're covered when you rent a vehicle. That could be a very costly mistake.
Your credit card might cover your rental car, allowing you to decline the rental company's expensive coverage. Then again, it may not.
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