You may think your passport is fit to travel, but one unforeseen snag could bring your trip majorly down:
Having a valid (aka non-expired) passport isn’t enough, in many destinations. You’ll often need a passport that’s valid for three to six months after your departure date in order to travel.
Are you one of those jetsetters who revels in the feel of your overstuffed passport, brimming with extra pages you’ve added that are stamped with all the far-flung destinations you’ve visited? If you’re a U.S. citizen and and don’t have any more room in that thing, you’ll have to get a new passport, because the government isn’t going to sell extra page inserts anymore in the new year.