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November 2014
Travel Assistance 101: Common Travel Fears and How We Can Help (Part 1)


Whether you’re new to travel or a seasoned road warrior, most people have at least one thing that worries them when they leave home. Here is our first round-up of common trip-related fears we hear from novice travelers and professional jet-setters alike and how Good Sam TravelAssist members can turn to us for help:

Seven Tips to Make Holiday Travel Easier


The thought of Thanksgiving and the holidays conjures up so many wonderful ideas – turkey roasting, falling leaves or snow, spending time with family and friends. These days, though, many of us are spread out across the country or even across the world. That means we may be spending time before the holidays traveling to be with our loved ones, and we all know that holiday travel isn’t always as easy as (pumpkin) pie. With that in mind, we’re sharing a few tips to help make your holiday travel a bit easier so you can arrive in a festive rather than frazzled mood:

Blood Pressure Complications at Conference in Singapore…


David was scheduled to give an important presentation at a large industry conference in Singapore. While prepping for the event in his hotel room, he started to get dizzy. David had a history of high blood pressure and realized he had forgotten his medication at home. Because his presentation was later that afternoon, he didn't have time to go to a local clinic. Luckily, there was a doctor onsite at the conference.

Important Notice: Good Sam Travel Assist is not responsible for costs or expenses arising from travel to a country for which a formal recommendation in the form of a Level 4 Advisory for International Travel from the U.S. State Department has been issued preceding your arrival into that country. We strongly urge all international travelers to continue to check for advisories in your destination country prior to departure at https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/international-travel/before-you-go.html