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Travel hassle relief.

Advice for trouble-free business and personal trips

Attorneys Stephen D. Colwell and Ann R. Schulman offer hundreds of ways to cope with common travel problems in their book, Trouble-Free Travel ... And What to Do When Things Go Wrong. Throughout the thirteen chapters, the authors cover a wide range of travel hassles, including flight overbookings and delays, car rental problems, travel scams, issues related to traveling abroad as well as tips on how to deal with discrimination. Chapter 4 provides specific advice on how to avoid problems during your hotel stay and how hotels should treat their customers under the law.

Trouble-Free Travel ... And What to Do When Things Go Wrong (Nolo Press, 2nd edition, $14.95). To order, call BooksNow! At 800-BOOKS-NOW or visit www.BooksNow.com/BlackEnterprise.
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Author:Brown, Monique R.
Publication:Black Enterprise
Date:Apr 1, 1999
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