To say that the year has been a roller coaster of travel mishaps and issues would be an understatement. Every month brought a new dilemma, and our customers found themselves asking questions about all the “what-ifs” their travels faced. We’ve collected a few of the most frequent questions we received in 2017, and the answers as
Category: InsureMyTrip Research
Whether you are booking a family vacation or planning a business trip abroad, there is always a chance something could interfere with those travel plans. That’s why a lot of news reports from New York Times and Consumer Reports have written about the benefits of travel insurance. It has plenty going for it. Travel Insurance can:
With the easing of travel restrictions, Cuba is becoming a hot travel topic. For the first time in 50 years, Congress is talking about allowing Americans unfettered access to the country. According to a recent study by the Latin Times Herald Tribune, 64 percent of Americans would support it. With Cuba quickly gaining speed, travel sites like Kayak are
As tensions escalate between North Korea and the rest of the world — most notably, its neighbor, peaceable South Korea — many travelers and American citizens abroad are beginning to wonder whether or not they’re really safe from the potential threat posed by Pyongyang. As of today, the US State Department issued a statement which
“What a special moment this is for me, to meet all of you.” I know Jim meant it sincerely. More than a decade after founding InsureMyTrip, Wednesday night’s Regional Customer Appreciation Dinner in Warwick, RI was the first opportunity he’s ever had to meet more than one or two of our travelers at a time.
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