Travel Tips and Advice for Safer, More Comfortable, and Worry-Free Travel.

Travel Tips: Speed through TSA Airport Lines with These Hacks

Travelers are waiting in longer and longer TSA security lines, missing flights and in some cases sleeping overnight in the airport.

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Top Pickpocket Locations London Subways

While London tops many traveler’s lists as one of their must-see cities to visit in Europe, certain London’s subway lines are tops with pickpockets.

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Women's Travel Essentials

Keep it light for peace of mind. Whether you’re packing, going out for a day of sight-seeing, or going out at night, you will want to keep it light.

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France – Cell Phone Thefts in Paris

POSTED January 28th 2013 BY Beth Williams
Going to Paris, France?  Be smart when using your expensive cell phone in public.  Muggings are being reported with cell phones the target for theft. They are just being ripped from out of the users hands! Theft is not just at night when you would assume that these occurrences would be higher, but during the day too.  Many of the police reports have highlighted the...
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Traveling? Stop the Bank From Shutting Down Your Credit Cards

POSTED January 22nd 2013 BY Beth Williams
CREDIT CARDS Don’t become a member of the lost or stolen credit card while traveling abroad club! I’ve heard many horror stories involving people traveling with their credit cards. But with all the stories that I’ve heard, many of them might have been avoided if the travelers would have done these simple things. Number 1: Anytime you travel you should make photo copies of all of...
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Hotel Fire Safety Tips

POSTED January 21st 2013 BY Beth Williams
“Fire!” The very exclamation itself is enough to render the most stout of heart and soul into victims of panic and fear, if not into another fire fatality statistic. For there is something primeval about fire, one of the great dual-edged swords of civilization: when under our control, we can’t imagine living without it. When fire is its own master, it is a malevolent and...
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Safeguarding Your Camera Gear in Vehicles

POSTED January 20th 2013 BY Beth Williams
Camera Security – Safeguarding Your Camera Gear In Vehicles Whether you are a professional or casual photographer, your camera gear is valuable – be it a physical value – or a personal value of the photographs or videos contained within the equipment. For whatever purpose you carry photographic gear you will eventually end up leaving it in your vehicle unattended. You know you should not...
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Aircraft Emergency Tips

POSTED January 20th 2013 BY Beth Williams
There are certain rows of the aircraft designated as exit rows. You can tell if you are in an exit row if there is an emergency exit around the window. People seating in exit rows should be prepared to assist the flight attendants and other passengers should the aircraft need to be evacuated in an emergency. An exit row passenger should be physically capable of opening the heavy, bulky exit row door, should...
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Money Scams Abroad

POSTED December 30th 2012 BY Beth Williams
When traveling abroad, unfortunately some people will will try to take advantage of you being tourist and try to take more of your hard earned money than they should.  The following is a listing of some of the most common money scams that international travelers should be aware of. I’m Sorry, Your Money is Counterfeit Many travelers have reported this scam occurring in both restaurants...
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Most Important Passport Security Tips

POSTED December 30th 2012 BY Beth Williams
Most Important Passport Security Tips for Travel Your passport is your key to proving citizenship and is the document that the US and other countries use to recognize you and to let you enter the country.  We all know that it needs to be protected however, do you really know this is?  Anyone traveling abroad, especially for the first time, should take a few minutes...
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Risks of Taking your Child’s Friend on a Trip

POSTED November 25th 2012 BY Beth Williams
Risks of Taking Your Child’s Friend on a Trip Taking a friend of your son or daughter on vacation is a very common event, however, there are many things to consider when taking another person’s kid on a family trip that may not be apparent that should be considered when offering to take another person’s kid on your trip. Do You Know Their Complete Medical...
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How to Open a Garage Door with a Coat Hanger

POSTED November 10th 2012 BY Beth Williams
The entry into a home via a garage door is very simple, even if the door is closed.  The following video will show you how easy it is to open a garage door with a coat hanger and a small piece of wood.  The second video will show to how to prevent this type of entry.  How to Enter a Garage Door with a Coat...
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What is The Difference Between a Credit Card Freeze and a Fraud Alert?

POSTED November 5th 2012 BY Beth Williams
You can place an initial fraud alert on your credit report if you worry that you have been — or could be — the victim of identity theft. This is a good idea if you see any suspicious activity on your report or bills, if your wallet or other information has been stolen, if you’ve been a victim of a security breach, or even if...
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