Chip Elam’s IKEA furniture order is missing. And IKEA won’t respond to his requests for help. How can he get the company to deliver on its promise?
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Scent-sensitive travelers like Sara Voorhees have always been careful when they’re on the road. A whiff of cologne or detergent can trigger an asthmatic attack for her.
But lately, as travel companies have obsessively cleaned their cars, rooms, and seats, she’s had to be extra cautious.
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In some ways, travel has improved as a result of covid-19. But in other ways, it hasn’t. Either way, the travel industry’s pandemic upgrades and downgrades might surprise you when you travel this fall.
Theme parks, car rental companies and hotels have improved their products during the travel slowdown: Lines are shorter, handoffs are contact-free, and facilities have been upgraded. At the same time, airlines have quietly made changes no one wanted.
Read more “Travel has improved after coronavirus — and it also hasn’t. Here’s how.”
Your car knows more than you think. Like when you’re about to rear-end the vehicle in front of you. Or when you’re close to colliding with another car in the parking lot. Or when you’re too tired to drive.
Yes, too tired.
On a recent road trip, my Volvo XC-90 calmly informed me I was too fatigued to continue driving. It even suggested a hotel where I could stop for the night. How thoughtful.
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Airbnb has closed Laurel Moad’s account without explanation. Is there a way to get back into the company’s good graces, or is she off the platform for good?
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