Airlines fail and passengers get no flight delay compensation

Airlines fail and passengers get no flight delay compensation

There are a series of flight delay compensation problems that are caused by airlines, yet airlines accept little responsibility for their own actions and force passengers to pay. Two of the biggest failures of airlines that have had multimillion-dollar consequences for passengers are reservation/computer system outages and flight delays.

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Before selling travel souvenirs on eBay, beware

Before selling travel souvenirs on eBay, beware

Some travelers buy lots of souvenirs, or when they decide to move after many years in one place, tchotchkes are collected. And, then, many folks sell their travel mugs, dolls, plates, and bobbleheads on eBay. This is a seller-beware story for anyone who is planning on selling these travel remembrances.

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4 ways to avoid electronic toll collection penalties

4 ways to avoid electronic toll collection penalties

More and more travelers on the nation’s highways are finding tolls on roads that have no system for manual toll collection — only electronic toll collection systems. Out-of-state traveler without a local FastPass, EZ-Pass, SunPass, or other local toll-collection passes should not be penalized.

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How consumer advocates fight the hotel fee lobby

How consumer advocates fight the hotel fee lobby

Consistent judicial, regulatory, and legislative consumer advocacy will work to change the system and ensure that American can enjoy basic truth in advertising. And, with any effort to change or make laws and regulations, consumers need to have patience and faith in their advocates.

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