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When it comes to hotels, travelers have a range of opinions on what constitutes stealing.
Overpaying for insurance, failing to document preexisting damage and other things to avoid when renting a vehicle.
Nut allergies, support animals, weight limits — unpredictable regulations can impact your flight.
Protective gear and common-sense strategies can help keep your technology unbroken on vacation.
Travelers say trash receptacles are harder to find as hotels aim to cut down on waste — and cut costs.
Factors such as unpredictable preflight-screening rules and limited food and beverage availability can impact diabetic travelers.
What do conventioneers, tour groups and wedding parties have in common? They’re the vacationers other vacationers try to avoid.
Good luck getting passengers’ attention when they’re allowed to use portable electronics during all phases of flight.
With companies more image-conscious than ever, consumers find that contacting top executives can get results.
The Post's travel writers and editors discuss your travel stories, questions, gripes and more.