Smart Holiday Travel Tips

Smart Holiday Travel Tips by Atlanta lifestyle blogger Happily HughesThis post is sponsored by Allstate.  I only work with brands I love, so thank you for helping me to support them. 

Smart Holiday Travel Tips by Atlanta lifestyle blogger Happily Hughes

Ya’ll know we’ve been traveling maniacs these past couple months and I LOVE it!  I honestly would like to have 1 trip a month for the rest of our lives.  To do that, though, I want to be as safe as possible.  After all, I am traveling with precious cargo.  I partnered up with Allstate to help us all travel as safely and securely as possible this holiday season. 

Travel Smartly During the Holiday Season

Smart Holiday Travel Tips by Atlanta lifestyle blogger Happily Hughes

First and foremost, I have Allstate’s Good Hands Rescue® service  This is a 24/7 roadside service that is free to everyone. You don’t have to be an Allstate policy holder.  The Good Hands Rescue® services include:

  • Towing
  • Lockout assistance 
  • Fuel delivery 
  • Jump starts 
  • Tire changes 

Smart Holiday Travel Tips by Atlanta lifestyle blogger Happily Hughes

If ya’ll watch me on stories, you know I locked the kids and myself out of the car last week.  I just used my Good Hands Rescue® App and a gentleman was there 10 minutes later to unlock my car for me.  It was so efficient and the customer service put me at ease.  If you’re not with Allstate, you can still use the Good Hands Rescue® service on a pay as you go basis.  You don’t have to pay a startup fee, just have to pay for any services you use.  If you’re a Waze user, the Good Hands Rescue® App is also now the features roadside provider. You will literally lose NOTHING by downloading the app and having it in case of an emergency.  

Allstate also put together this great infographic for all of those traveling this holiday season: 

https://blog.allstate.com/stay-safe-on-the-road-during-the-holidays-infographic/ 

I live by these rules!  Nothing will ruin a holiday trip like a car break down on the side of the road, or an accident.  Keep your car up `e  to date on maintenance and drive alert are my two biggest recommendations.  I know the holidays are a crazy time, but let’s all take a moment to arrive alive and whole.

Smart Holiday Travel Tips by Atlanta lifestyle blogger Happily Hughes

This post was written as part of the Allstate Influencer Program and sponsored by Allstate. All opinions are mine. As the nation’s largest publicly held personal lines insurer, Allstate is dedicated not only to protecting what matters most–but to guiding people to live the Good Life, every day.

8 thoughts on “Smart Holiday Travel Tips

  1. Jenny

    We currently have Progressive, but All State sounds like a great contender! I love the pay as you go option since you never know if you will actually use it or need it. So being able to only be charged when you use it is efficient and money saving.

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  2. AnnMarie John

    Definitely something that I would consider when traveling with the family this season! It’s good to know that you can rely on people to help you out in case there’s an emergency!

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  3. E H

    We have been locked out of our car so many times, and I would love to have the service where someone could arrive within just a few minutes to help us out. Love that this service is also available to outside customers, I need this!

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  4. Amanda

    The roads are a busy and dangerous place during the holiday season. There is nasty weather and unfortunately there are drunk drivers on the road so you need to take as many safety precautions as you can. Great post.

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  5. Alessandra Lim

    Totally agree with you on this. The holidays would make families go on trips for vacations or to meet up with other family members. Road safety is an utmost priority for me, that is why we have had Allstate for quite a while now. I am glad there is a pay as you go option offered too. That’s fantastic!

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