Posts Tagged ‘travel’

Smart travel: 4 common security blunders to avoid while traveling –

March 28, 2018


Smart travel decisions are important to keep yourself safe when traveling. Here are 4 common blunders people make, and how you can protect yourself.
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Travel Troubleshooter: Is Your Credit Card Safe at Cruising Altitude?

January 21, 2018


This passenger’s problem raises two bigger questions for air travelers who want to buy something on board: Is it safe? And is there a way to protect your card?
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International Travel: 8 Ways to Protect Your Passport

June 8, 2016


A lost, stolen or damaged passport can ruin a carefully planned international vacation, not to mention the possibility of identity theft causing lingering problems once you’ve returned home.
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How to Safely Travel in a Car | BHSC

May 30, 2016


Before embarking on a road trip with a car full of kids, make sure everything about the vehicle is in top working condition, including the windshield wipers, A/C, heat, fluid […]
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How to safely travel in a Car | Robert Siciliano

April 18, 2016


Before embarking on a road trip with a car full of kids, make sure everything about the vehicle is in top working condition, including the windshield wipers,
http://robertsiciliano.com/blog/2016/04/18/how-to-safely-travel-in-a-car/

How to safely travel in a Car

April 18, 2016


Before embarking on a road trip with a car full of kids, make sure everything about the vehicle is in top working condition, including the windshield wipers, A/C, heat, fluid levels, seatbelts and lights (exterior and interior). Hopefully you’ll have a GPS; make sure that works, too; they’ve been known to malfunction. Have a backup mobile GPS app too. While on the road you may hear a lot of “Are we there yet”s. Feel free to announce, “Next one who asks are we there yet will have to do 20 pushups.” Just kidding, but seriously, come up some way to discourage any nagging if it bugs you enough. Kids iPads loaded with family moves and a good headset are the best tool ever invented for parents. My Aunt used to have a yard stick on the dash. Us kids still have scars from it. I wish we had iPads! If you’ll be driving in a foreign country, make sure you have everything you need in the car that the country requires. Have emergency supplies: first aid kit, nutrition bars, flares, f
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