Hey Traveler! 2 Carry-On Bags Does Not Mean 2 Suitcases!

 

Ensure you have the right carry-on size requirements by checking your airline’s guidelines.

If you have been on an airplane during the past few years, maybe you are familiar with most airline carry-on baggage policies. Airlines typically allow 1 carry-on bag and 1 personal item (purse, briefcase, diaper bag, small backpack). The thought behind this is that the carry-on bag will be stored in the overhead compartment and the personal item will be stored under the seat in front of you. If all passengers adhered to this, boarding would be quicker and more efficient, and those of us who followed the guidelines would not be asked if we could check our bags due to carry-on bag overcrowding. Read more

Minnesota Home Insurance Businesses That Have Lower Rates

To get the lowest rates possible on a new home insurance policy, it will take a little bit of work on your end. You will start to search through listings in the Yellow Pages, and eventually you will find additional companies that will have lower premiums. In addition to this, you should start looking on the web. There are websites where you can get several different quotes from multiple companies you may never have heard of before. With all of this information in front of you, it will be easy to determine who has the lowest quotes, best deductible, and also excellent coverage for your home. Read more