Insurance / Travel Insurance

  • Summer travelers: Why you should check your passport now

      

    If you have summer travel plans abroad you need to check your passport. Here’s why passport renewals are taking longer than usual right now.

  • Save money and stress on your next flight with these tips

      

    Flexibility is a way to reduce airfare costs, but that’s just one way to save on travel….

  • Megabus fights with passengers over compensation for burned bags

      

    Megabus is something we talk about a lot in the world of Clark because it lets you do cheap interstate travel with bus fares starting at as little as $1. But passengers are finding that...

  • More than 150 passengers contract viral illness on 'dream cruise'

      

    A total of 158 people contracted norovirus gastroenteritis on a Diamond Princess cruise ship that docked in Sydney, Australia on Sunday, AOL Travel reported.  According to MSN, all...

  • Cut that airline cancellation fee to $19

      

    A cancelled flight could cost you hundreds, and sometimes thousands of dollars. One company could help you cut that cost to just $19.

  • 20 best budget destinations for fall

      

    The shadows are growing longer and now is the time to book your autumn escape. From New England leaf-peeping to big American cities, amazing national parks, European capitals, and Caribbean...

  • Trip and Travel Insurance Guide

      

    Remember the volcanic eruption in Iceland that left millions of travelers stranded on both sides of the Atlantic a few years ago? Boy, did that present one compelling argument for buying trip...

  • Easy way to compare insurance rates

      

    This website makes it so easy to shop for all kinds of insurance. Rate comparisons are emailed to you, and best of all…no pushy agents!

  • International Travel Tips: Money, Mobile & Booking

      

    With my background in the travel industry and a lifelong passion for travel, I've learned a thing or two about cheap travel. In this Overseas Travel guide, you'll learn how to...

  • When should you use a travel agent?

      

    Travel agents may seem outdated, but sometimes working with a real live person is superior to booking travel online.Back in the dinosaur days, I used to be a travel agent. For a while it looked...

  • Your pre-vacation credit card checklist

      

    As you plan your summer vacation, you most likely check out reviews of restaurants near your hotel, print out your confirmation information and make sure that everything you will need for your...

  • United Airlines mistakenly sells $40 RT tickets to Hong Kong

      

    Some United Airlines customers booked round-trip tickets to Hong Kong for $40 and four frequent flier miles over the weekend because of a computer glitch. Federal law requires United to honor the...

  • Which insurance to buy, which to skip

      

    You can get insurance on almost anything -- computers, phones, trips, your identity, your credit, your pets, and even home warranties! But should you? I saw a Marketwatch story about which...

  • Which kinds of insurance to buy (& NOT buy!)

      

    Insurance pitches are everywhere, but not all insurance is necessary. Clark names five kinds of policies to skip and four kinds you've got to have to protect yourself and your family.

  • Customer no-service car rental company taken to task

      

    There are some companies you never hear me talk about no matter how good of a deal they offer. Why not? Because I know their reputation has historically been sullied with serious customer no...