The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention advise that travel, including air travel, increases your chances of contracting and spreading COVID-19. Still, experts agree that flying is safer now than it was earlier in the
by Elizabeth Rossbach Many people are hesitant about traveling during the coronavirus pandemic, yet they still want to take that traditional summer family vacation. While it is difficult to social distance on an airplane, traveling
by Mike Daily Atip to those with wanderlust who are looking to brighten their day in these times of travel restrictions and social distancing—if you are fortunate enough to stay healthy and maintain even a
Rideshare offer the convenience of leaving the driving to others if you want to go out on the town. But using them is not without risk.
Traveling solo for work is one thing, but taking a solo vacation can be very daunting. Work trips are often shorter and you generally know that at some stage during the trip you are going to connect with colleagues or clients.