Hot travel tips for cool fall weather
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Autumn's crisp air and bright colors inspire travelers to embrace the outdoors once more before the winter chill. Fall is typically a slower travel season but certain destinations really heat up as the temperatures cool. Here are nationally recognized travel expert Julie Loffredi’s tips on how to make sure your travel plans go smoothly.
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- Stay Within Budget: Fall is a great time to travel. There are a lot of deals in places like New York City, San Francisco, and DC. But to find these deals, comparison shopping is key. On sites like booking.com, you can check out affordable hotels, villas, apartments even boats or tree houses to stay in! They also have a customer service team to help travelers out 24 hours a day. Whether searching for an accommodation through the website or app, check out the guest verified reviews.
- Get Your Ride Ready: With stable gas prices, road trips are really popular with families this time of year. But before you hit the road, make sure your vehicle is road ready and those tires are in good shape -- two big things: check your tire pressure and your tire tread -- you can do that with a penny. And remember all tires are not created equal. The Michelin Premier All Season Tire has hidden rain grooves that emerge as the tire wears, so it provides more traction on those slippery roads -- even when worn. And if you want some good family road trip stories or want to share your own, check out the Michelin USA Facebook page.
- What to Pack: Fall is an active season for families. For starters, make sure you pack the right clothing. Also remember, hurricane season is not over – any bad weather can put travel plans in jeopardy. That’s why more travelers are now looking to protect their travel investment, according to Allianz Travel Insurance. Travel insurance can reimburse your pre-paid non-refundable expenses if you have to cancel a trip due to a natural disaster or for extended travel delays. It will also protect you against baggage issues and medical emergencies. If you do ever have to file a claim, you can do it straight from the travelsmart app.
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