Driving Safety Abroad By Peter Greenberg Medjet Travel Assistance Tip No matter how comfortable you are behind the wheel, driving in a foreign country requires vigilance and an understanding of the local terrain, not to mention local customs. And unfortunately, not everyone pays attention. According to the World Health...

  Remain Calm and Keep Flying By Peter Greenberg Medjet Travel Assistance Tip- Ever dealt with a fear of flying? Chances are, you've had some form of anxiety—maybe during takeoff, turbulence or perhaps a bumpy landing. Even the most seasoned fliers have experienced it.  More often than not, the fear...

Longest Screening Line May Be Your Best Bet Medjet Travel Assistance Tip- Are Transportation Security Administration (TSA) agents—the ones who are on the front-lines of protecting our airports--misbehaving on the job? Yes, according to a government study. The Government Accountability Office (GAO), the watchdog arm of Congress, recently...

Will Recent History Stop Me from Cruising? By Peter Greenberg Medjet Travel Assistance Tip - When news struck that a Carnival ship was stranded in the middle of the ocean, days away from land, a debate got heated on my Facebook page. “I would never go on a...

Please Turn Off All Electronic Devices Will your cell phone crash a plane? How about your iPad? Or blackberry? Ever wondered why we have rules on using personal electronic devices (PED) on airplanes? Read on. Believe it or not, it's the Federal Communications Commission that bans the...