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.
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Out-of-town drivers who are unaware of local unmanned e-toll roads can risk paying hefty "administrative fees" to rental car companies.
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Renting a car is simple and cheap. But those counter employees sure make it tough to decline the up-sells and upgrades. Here's why you should.
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