Renting a car for a road trip is expensive, especially with hefty one-way fees. There's a much cheaper alternative.
Mindy Kaling of 'The Office' paid twice for car rental insurance she probably didn't need in the first place.
I've been doing stories about saving money and avoiding rip-offs for more than 20 years, so you'd think I wouldn't have fallen into this fee trap.
New cars damaged in a crash are more likely to be sidelined by a parts shortage caused by the crises in Japan.
Blogger's 3 omissions and blunders caused him to spend $100 more than he needed to for a rental car.
It may surprise you to know that there's nothing illegal about renting out recalled cars without bothering to fix them or tell customers about the risk they're taking.
Companies are charging customers for roadside assistance, unless they pay a daily fee up front. But whose fault is a flat?
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Six weeks later, most Americans have forgotten about the 2014 tax season -- except those who didn't file by the April 15 deadline.
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