Disaster-Proof Your Vacation With Trip Insurance

Last year, plenty of vacation plans were roiled by hurricanes and wildfires. If you're traveling to an area that could be hit by Mother Nature's wrath, consider adding travel insurance to your pretrip checklist.

You can usually skip a travel insurance policy for an inexpensive domestic trip. If something goes awry, the financial hit will likely be minimal. But for longer and more-expensive

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