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New Book Reveals the Best Airlines to Fly with a Baby or Toddler

Berkeley, CA (PRWEB) April 16, 2014

When given the choice between two airlines, most parents flying with a baby would choose the airline that offers a discount for their infants seat and provides baby food, toys, and diapers during the flight rather than the airline that offers no discount for infants and possibly doesn’t allow babies to fly in rear-facing car seats even when a full price seat has been purchased. That is, unless the parents dont realize how differently their family may be treated by competing airlines.

The differences between airlines can be shocking when flying with a baby or toddler, explains Shelly Rivoli, award-winning author of the revised and expanded Travels with Baby: The Ultimate Guide for Planning Travel with Your Baby, Toddler, and Preschooler just released at Amazon. If parents have a choice of airlines, I want them to know what theyll be getting for their money before they book a flight for their family, adds the well-traveled mother of three.

True to her mission, Rivoli not only spells out for parents which differences they should be aware of before making airline reservations, but she provides an Airlines Comparison Table sharing important differences for family travelers between 46 airlines. The table includes valuable conveniences offered by some airlines, such as airplane bassinets for babies and baby food or childrens menus for kids, as well as money-saving tips worth noting, such as available discounts for infants and children seats, and also free baggage allowances for infants flying on laps.

Rivoli notes that, While some airlines will count any baggage for your lap child toward your own allowance, usually hitting you with a second checked bag fee, others will let you check an extra 22 lb. or even a 50 lb. suitcase for your infant absolutely free.

Money-saving tips aside, Travels with Baby also warns travelers hoping to use car seats on airplanes which airlines have unusual rules concerning child safety seats, such as a handful of air carriers that only allow forward-facing car seats to be used, and some others that do not allow babies younger than 6 months to use car seats on airplanes.

Just as the guidebook helps parents know which airlines they might want to steer clear of when flying with a baby or toddler, it also helps them know which airlines to opt for if given the opportunity. There are plenty of airlines that will treat you like second class citizens when flying with a baby or toddler, but there are some airlines that will treat you like VIPs, with everything from a separate check-in counter for families with very young children and complimentary strollers to use at major airports to family seating areas on airplanes with certified nannies to help make sure you get some rest on the red-eyeeven if your child doesnt.

Parents can uncover the best of the baby-friendly airlines and find dozens of tips and essential information for flying with babies and toddlers in Part 5 of Travels with Baby: The Ultimate Guide for Planning Travel with Your Baby, Toddler, and Preschooler available now at Amazon.com.

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The 418-page Travels with Baby also provides an in-depth guide to cruise lines and cruise vacations with babies and young children, as well as sections on train travel, road trips, camping, urban adventures, overseas travel with babies and young children, and more. The first edition of Travels with Baby (2007) received a NAPPA Gold Award in Parenting Resources and was a finalist for two ForeWord Magazine Book of the Year Awards (Travel Guides and Parenting). For more information about the new edition, visit http://www.TravelswithBaby.com.

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Shelly Rivoli has changed diapers on four continents and several islands, and is the award-winning author behind the original Travels with Baby guidebook, Take-Along Travels with Baby companion guide, and the Travels with Baby website and blog. Among other accolades, she received the 2012 Bronze and 2013 Silver in Independent Travel Blogs from the North American Travel Journalists Association (NATJA). Ms. Rivolis tips and advice have been quoted by major media and numerous magazines, including Boston Globe, L.A. Times, American Baby, Parents, Pregnancy, Parent & Child, and TimeOut New York Kids. She has also made multiple radio appearances sharing tips and advice for enjoying travel with young children and was a recurring guest on ABC 7s View from the Bay. She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband and three children.

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InsuranceFishing.com Offers Tips on How to Find the Best Homeowners or Auto Insurance Policies

St. Louis, MO (PRWEB) December 19, 2013

InsuranceFishing.com, a company that specializes in helping consumers connect with local insurance agents, would like to offer some tips that apply to anyone looking to find the best homeowners or auto insurance policy for the best price.

The average homeowner spends about 2% of their annual income on their policy, so its important to maximize what you get for your buck, says Chans Weber of InsuranceFishing.com. Some homeowners are unaware that there are free quotes available online, and instead opt to pay for an insurance quote. However, there are websites, like InsuranceFishing.com, that offer insurance policy comparisons at no cost.

Finding a website to compare insurance quotes is especially helpful for first-time homeowners, who might not be aware of the variety of prices and policies available in the insurance marketplace. No matter if you are a first-time homeowner or already own a home, utilizing an insurance quote comparison website can save you money.

Complimentary insurance rate comparison websites have several advantages:

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-Users can compare insurance both by company and price range.

Even if you are going to visit an insurance agent, arm yourself with knowledge and compare rates before you go to the local office. The information can help guide your decision making process and not all insurance agents have the gift of being able to explain policies and rates in a straightforward manner. There is no reason anybody should meet with an agent unprepared, says Weber.

So shop smart, use a rate comparison website and help make your purchasing decision easy. InsuranceFishing.com is your one stop shop for St. Louis insurance, New Orleans car insurance, Tulsa homeowners insurance and Tulsa auto insurance.

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Ten Best Projects Compete for Top Honors in Americas Transportation Awards Competition

Washington, DC (PRWEB) September 04, 2013

State departments of transportation across the nation are bettering their transportation systems and commuter quality of life through projects that cut congestion, provide greater mobility for citizens, and improve safety. Beginning today, 10 of those top-notch transportation projects are vying to be named the best of the best.

The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO), AAA, and the U.S. Chamber of Commerce today announced the top 10 finalists in the 2013 Americas Transportation Awards competition.

This year, 24 states entered a total of 36 projects into the competition in the categories of Ahead of Schedule, Under Budget, and Best Use of Innovation. The 10 finalists received the highest number of overall points during four regional contests, representing each part of the country.

The 10 projects competing for top honors have made incredible impacts on their communities, said Bud Wright, AASHTO executive director. The Americas Transportation Awards competition was created to highlight all that our state transportation departments do each day to deliver quality, impactful transportation projects ahead of schedule, under their projected budgets, and through exceptional innovation. We are very proud of these state DOTs and their outstanding projects.

The Grand Prize will be awarded by a panel of judges. The Peoples Choice Award will be decided by popular vote of the general public. The winners of both the Grand Prize and the Peoples Choice Award will be awarded with $ 10,000 each, which must be donated by those state DOTs to a charity or scholarship of their choice.

Online voting begins today, Sept. 4, and will continue through Wednesday, Oct. 2, Individuals are welcome to vote up to 10 times per day for their favorite projects. The two awards will be presented Oct. 20 at the AASHTO Annual Meeting in Denver.

Top 10 finalists:

1.????CaliforniaDumbarton Toll Bridge Seismic Retrofit Project: California Department of Transportation greatly improved safety through an earthquake-prone region by conducting a seismic retrofit on the Dumbarton Toll Bridge, utilized by more than 60,000 vehicles per day. The $ 62.3 million project was completed with a savings of $ 30 million to taxpayers.

2.????GeorgiaI-285 & Ashford Dunwoody Diverging Diamond Interchange Project: Georgia Department of Transportation was able to cut down on commuting time for motorists and improve safety through the construction of a diverging diamond interchange in an area that experienced high collision and fatality rates. The $ 6 million project was completed a full month ahead of schedule.

3.????IdahoU.S. 95, Sand Creek Byway Project: Idaho Department of Transportations $ 112 million project increased pedestrian traffic and kept large trucks out of downtown Sandpoint by constructing a 2.1-mile byway. The project included not just the new roadway but bike and pedestrian paths, six bridges, and a retaining wall, all completed four months ahead of schedule.

4.????IndianaI-465/Allisonville Road Interchange Reconstruction Project: Indiana Department of Transportation reduced delays for drivers near Indianapolis by reconstructing the I-465/Allisonville Road interchange, a $ 19 million project completed two months ahead of schedule.

5.????MassachusettsMBTA Mobile Ticketing Project: Massachusetts Department of Transportation offered transit customers an easy and convenient way to purchase tickets for their rides with a new smartphone application. The project saved the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority nearly $ 70 million versus an extension of its subway smartcard solution.

6.????MinnesotaHighway 169/I-494 Interchange Reconstruction Project: Minnesota Department of Transportation cut down on congestion to keep the economy growing in the Minneapolis/St. Paul region by reconstructing the Highway 169/I-494 interchange. The $ 128 million project came in significantly under budget and improved safety for all drivers.

7.????MissouriSafe and Sound Bridge Replacement Program: Safety was greatly improved statewide for drivers through the Missouri Department of Transportations Safe and Sound Bridge Replacement Program, which improved more than 800 bridges across the state. The $ 685 million project was completed 14 months ahead of schedule, which cut down on detour time for drivers.

8.????North CarolinaTriangle Expressway Project: North Carolina Department of Transportations $ 1 billion all-electronic tolling technology on the Triangle Expressway marked the first time the method had been used in the state, saving drivers from sitting in congestion at toll plazas. Within six weeks of opening the Customer Service Center, transponder sales surpassed six month sales targets.

9.????Rhode IslandWickford Junction Station & Garage Project: Rhode Island Department of Transportation increased mobility for citizens of Kingstown with the creation of a $ 24.9 million multi-modal transportation hub, including a new siding track, a parking garage, drop-off/pick-up area for cars and buses, bike parking, and car charging stations. The project was completed under budget.

10.????UtahI-15 Corridor Expansion Project: This $ 1.725 billion project by Utah Department of Transportation to relieve congestion for those traveling to and from Salt Lake City used innovative scheduling and planning techniques to complete the highway expansion project two years ahead of schedule while saving taxpayers $ 260 million.

Now in its sixth year, a total of 262 projects from 48 states and the District of Columbia have been entered in the Americas Transportation Awards competition since its inception in 2008

The American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) is the Voice of Transportation representing State Departments of Transportation in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. AASHTO is a nonprofit, nonpartisan association serving as a catalyst for excellence in transportation. Follow us on Twitter.

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