Fear of flying and catching COVID-19 led to a massive decline in air travel in 2020.
After a year of canceled concerts, closed-door sporting events and restricted air travel, vaccine passports are being touted as a way to quicken the route back to normalcy.
Now more than ever, it's essential to travel safely and follow social distancing practices in the wake of COVID-19. For this reason, it's best to avoid air travel this holiday season and opt for a road trip instead. If you're new to the road trip route, use these holiday road trip travel tips for a smooth journey.
Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's leading infectious disease expert, warned last week that families may need to change their Thanksgiving plans to keep everyone safe from the coronavirus.
With the holidays approaching, many people are considering whether to visit relatives or friends in the coming weeks. Here are some safety ideas in light of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
After October 1, 2020, millions of people may find flying difficult or impossible if they do not have identification accepted by the Transportation Security Administration.
Apprehension before a camping trip is normal, especially if it's your first time camping. These tips for first-time campers will ensure a memorable and successful trip.
AARP has 5 ideas for places to see in 2019.
Whenever winter weather arrives, remember this simple message: Get to where you need to be before the weather gets bad! In other words, stay off the roads when it snows!