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Insure Your Holiday Travel Plans

Published on Wednesday, October 5, 2016
Insure your holiday travels with RoamRight The holidays are a fun, but stressful, time of year, and holiday travel can be all of the stress without any of the fun. To help your clients protect their family togetherness time, as well as feel more festive, insurance can help protect them.

How to Help Travelers Plan a Trip to U.S. National Parks

Published on Wednesday, July 27, 2016

How to Plan a Trip to National ParksIn 2016, the United States National Parks Service is celebrating its 100th birthday with celebrations all across America in some of the best parks and recreation areas found anywhere in the world. Discover some of the most-forgotten yet most-interesting National Parks in the U.S. and some of the amazing activities travelers can experience. 

Additionally, learn what additional travel insurance travelers may need when visiting a specific park. See what National Park activities may require RoamRight's Adventure Plan or Hazardous Sports add-on. 

Travel insurance for hurricanes should be purchased earlyUnlike other natural disasters, hurricanes are slightly more predictable and travelers can get information about the storm ahead of time. This makes travelers a bit more confident in their travel plans. However each year, RoamRight sees a handful of travelers who opted out of insurance – until it was too late.

If you have travelers going anywhere along the Atlantic Coast, the Gulf of Mexico or the Caribbean, they should be prepared.
Overcoming objections to travel insurance USAYour travelers may think they can skip the travel insurance if they are staying in the United States. After all, they’ll be in their home country with quality medical care. And many places offer refunds for cancellations, so why should they spend money on a travel insurance USA plan?

Here are a few common objects agents may hear when talking about travel insurance for domestic trips, and how you can address them.

What Your Clients Should Know About Train Travel

Published on Wednesday, March 9, 2016
Follow these tips to give your travelers a great train vacation.Once while traveling in northern British Columbia, my train stop was a couple of cinder blocks and a piece of plywood, identified to passersby with a simple red flag. The lodge we were visiting was a few miles away and this was the most convenient transportation option. Lodge operators picked us up, literally out in the middle of nowhere, and the train picked us up there again a few days later. No airline would have been able to provide the service.

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