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Road Warrior Pulse: Stories You Must Read for Nov. 11, 2015

Business Travel | Gabe Zaldivar | November 11, 2015

Road Warrior Pulse: Stories You Must Read for Nov. 11, 2015

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Thanksgiving articles have started in earnest, reminding you weary traveler that indeed this time of year will be a pain in the stuffing.

That doesn’t mean everyday has to be a headache, because we have compiled a list of articles to lighten the mood of even the grumpiest road warrior.

Google Offline:

Sometimes you are traveling without anything in the way of abundant or free data. OK, that’s actually quite often.

Thankfully, Android (iOS coming soon) users can now utilize Google Maps offline.

Read More: Google

Uber Audi:

Those in Miami and San Francisco now have an option to reserve an Audi for a spell, using the company’s Audi At Home service.

Read More: Tech Times

Keep Away:

While the business trips end for a week, the family adventures begin in tandem. Hopefully you don’t have to deal with one of these five airport headaches. 

Read More: The Huffington Post

Binge Stream:

T-Mobile is offering one heck of a deal, allowing its users to stream various content without the drag of data charges.

Now you can fire up HBO Go on the go and not worry about where all your data went.

Read More: The Wall Street Journal

Travel Nightmare:

One of the more obvious items on this list is that traveling this Thanksgiving will be bad, very bad. So maybe Skype the family and eat a TV dinner.

Read More: Fox News

Apple Pay:

Some of you are itching to take the smartphone out for a walk and pay thanks to one of Apple’s newer innovations.

Thanks to a new app, you can now easily find the places that will let you use Apple Pay.

Read More Re/Code


Finally, we introduce you to Blablacar, which is renowned in European corners for offering ride sharing between towns.

It even lets you designate how chatty you are during a road trip.

Ream More: CNNMoney YouTube


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