During a recent visit to Atlanta, Sixt Rent a Car upgraded Samuel Ventola to a Jeep Patriot instead of the subcompact he had reserved. Maybe it wasn’t doing him a favor.
“There’s something strange about this rental car”
Months after Ruth Carr returned from Italy, the citations started piling up in her mailbox: two for driving in a “restricted” area in Rome, another for a similar traffic violation in Vicenza.
“Heading to Europe? Beware of stealth traffic tickets”
Kathie Baker has reservations about her rental car, and with good reason.
“Car renters may hit potholes when they cross borders”
Does your health insurance cover you when you leave the country? A survey commissioned by the US Travel Insurance Association suggests you aren’t.
Traditional domestic health insurance plans typically limit coverage for out-of-country medical expenses to emergency-related costs, it found. They also have high deductibles and co-pays for emergency treatment abroad and don’t cover emergency transportation in cases of life threatening illness where medical evacuation may be required.
“Is the health insurance debate missing travelers?”