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Travelling is supposed to be fun. However, accidents happen. And when they do, they can ruin both your trip, and your finances. But with travel insurance from Cover-More, you don’t have to worry about unexpected incidents. Whether your flight experiences delays, you lose your bags, or you become ill mid-trip, Cover-More can help when you need it most.

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Get a free quote, so you can get back to the fun part – planning your trip. More than 18 million travellers worldwide trust Cover-More to protect their trips at home and abroad, and it’s easy to see why. With over 30 years of experience and many millions of travellers served, we know how to help you when you

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How to Make Fake Money: 14 Steps (with Pictures)

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To make fake money, start by searching online for images of play money, since printing genuine bills is illegal. Alternatively, you can use watermarked images of bills from the Treasury Department of the United States. You should also make sure your bills are either 75 percent smaller or 150 percent bigger than regular bills so you don’t break any laws. Once you’ve found a good image, print it and cut out the bill to make your own fake money. If you want to make

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Insurance Tips: 10 Steps to Buying Car Insurance

Experts recommend that if you have a lot of assets, you should get enough liability coverage to protect them. Let’s say you have $50,000 of bodily injury liability coverage but $100,000 in personal assets. If you’re at fault in an accident, attorneys for the other party could go after you for the $50,000 in medical bills that aren’t covered by your policy.

The general recommendations for liability limits are $50,000 bodily injury liability for one person injured in an accident, $100,000 for all people injured in an accident and $25,000 property damage liability (usually expressed in insurance shorthand as 50/100/25). Here again, let your financial situation be your guide. If you have no assets that an attorney can seek, don’t buy coverage unnecessarily.

Your driving habits might also be a consideration in determining the coverage you need. If your past is filled with crumpled fenders, if you routinely speed, or

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How to Write a Personal Essay: 14 Steps (with Pictures)

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To write a personal essay, start by deciding on an experience that affected your life in some way, such as how failing a pop quiz in class made you change your goals. Next, draft an outline containing the points you want to make, and including an introduction, body paragraphs, and conclusion. When writing, start your essay with an engaging scene that introduces the characters and main theme, then develop the characters in the body section so they’re well-rounded. Conclude by summing up what you learned from the experience. For tips on how to include a plot in your essay and how

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