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Holiday Travel Tips from On Call International
According to AAA, 43.6 million Americans travel during the holiday season. Travelers are faced with a wide variety of potential issues that could put a damper on their holiday spirits. With flight delays, traffic problems, motor vehicle accidents, and non-cooperative weather, travel assistance services from On Call International are a must-have this season.
On Call’s services protect travelers from unexpected emergencies and expensive medical transportation costs while ensuring access to top medical care and providing comprehensive travel assistance to travelers 50 miles or more away from home. Here are some tips from On Call International’s CEO Mike Kelly to help combat typical holiday season travel-related hazards:
The content of this website is designed to help small business people to take it easy and work more effectively. All suggestions come from veteran travelers who pack the most into their vacations and come back better able to manage their enterprises.
At all times, the goal is to identify the itinerary that best fits the needs of the reader.
When planning a trip, it is helpful to know what others have done and how they avoided having a "less-than-perfect" time.
This site also provides strategies to cope with emergencies and those “bumps-in-the-road” that afflict many travelers.
Business travelers often have difficulty separating out from their everyday management process. This site will help them “leave the office.”
At times, travel can be stressful. Here, you will find ways to reduce this pressure.
Vacation destinations often have hidden “jewels” that make them particularly attractive to small business travelers.
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