Over the last few years, carry-on luggage has exploded in popularity. Until recently, a carry-on bag was only used for a few personal items or extra clothes in case your luggage was lost. Today, with the advent of airlines charging up to $100 for each checked bag, they have become the only piece of luggage many travelers carry.
However, picking the right piece of carry-on luggage isn’t an easy task. With so many options and so many airport regulations, it can all be a bit bewildering. If your old Samsonite or American Tourister won’t work, or if you’re in the market for a new bag, here is a little information to guide you to your next carry-on bag — as well as tips for getting it through the airport.
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Renting a car is one of the most baffling and daunting tasks facing many modern travelers.
Think of all the variables involved in booking a simple roundtrip flight, then consider that renting a car also involves choosing a model, paying for gas, considering several different insurance options and weighing return times.
What’s worse, rental car companies aren’t subject to the same strict guidelines as the airlines are; it’s much easier for them to conceal fees and tack on hidden charges before the final bill comes due.
Yet renting a car still remains a staple of many cross-country trips, whether you’re on a family vacation and need to lug around a couple of kids or a business trip where you’ll be on the move for much of your stay.
With that said, here is (almost) everything you need to make renting a car just a little bit easier.
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