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Articles for drivers and vehicle owners who are relocating to a new state, moving just down the street, or taking a long vacation abroad. Find articles about how to make your travels and moves easier.

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Moving Your Family: Tips for Moving with Kids

by Kat Saks on

Moving can be tough, especially when you have a family and you’re moving out of state. All the packing, the goodbyes to old friends, and the readjustment to a new city – moving can take its toll on kids. Learn how to make your next relocation easier on your family with these simple tips. Start […]

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I-94 Forms and Arriving in the U.S. by Tina Chang on

Traveling to the United States can be fun and exciting, but it can also be stressful figuring out which visa and immigration documents you need. Most countries will allow you to travel to the U.S. for 90 days or less without a visa. For more information about the Visa Waiver Program, visit the U.S. Department […]

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Learning the Traffic Laws of a Foreign Country by Kat Saks on

While traveling abroad can be a big adventure, driving abroad can be an even bigger adventure. When you travel internationally and get behind the wheel, you don’t just experience foreign sights; you experience foreign traffic laws, too. Learn more about how to study foreign traffic laws and obey the rules of the road overseas. Carry […]

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How to Obtain an International Driver Permit by Melissa Crumish on

An international driving permit and auto insurance are strongly recommended for international travel – even if you don’t plan on driving. Recognized in 174 countries, it contains your name and photo – serving as a handy photo ID – and driver license information translated in 10 different languages. An international driver permit is not a […]

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How a Passport Card Differs From a Passport Book by Kat Saks on

No two government ID documents are alike. While government-issued identification might seem to provide the same information, each ID has unique characteristics. Passport cards and passport books are no exception. Learn more about how a passport card differs from a passport book. Using Passport Books vs. Passport Cards A passport book provides valid identification for […]

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How to Apply for a Passport Card by Kat Saks on

Crossing the U.S. border by land or by sea? If your travels take you from the U.S. to Canada, Mexico, the Caribbean, or Bermuda, you might want to travel with a U.S. passport card. A passport card can provide a more convenient, cheaper alternative to carrying your passport book. Read on to learn how you […]

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