Before you hit the highway, the ins and outs of road trip insurance


The seemingly endless nationwide pandemic lockdown has resulted in a lot of pent-up travel demand.

As the second major long holiday weekend of summer gets underway, people looking to celebrate Independence Day are getting in their cars and campers for road trips — deemed by many a safer bet than air or cruise travel. 

“After weeks of being home, many Americans want a change of scenery,” said Giorgos Zacharia, chief technology officer of travel site “But, with international travel restrictions still in place and safety top of mind, road trips are most enticing to U.S. travelers right now.” Kayak found that car rental searches for the July 4 weekend were up 20% compared to last…


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