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The Best Luggage Locks: A Guide to Finding the Right Lock

POSTED May 10th 2018 BY Travel Writer
Guide to TSA Luggage Locks – Which Lock to Choose What is TSA?  TSA stands for Transportation Security Administration of the United States Department of Homeland Security. TSA protects the nation’s airports and screens all commercial airline passengers and their baggage. What are TSA Approved Luggage Locks?  Travel Sentry Approved means the TSA has a master key that will open any TSA approved luggage lock, instead of...
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Anti-Theft Waist Packs and Hip Packs for Hands-Free Travel

POSTED May 10th 2018 BY Travel Writer
Security Waist And Hip Packs For Hands-Free Peace Of Mind Traveling Travel with Peace of Mind – Use a Security Waist Pack or Hip Pack Question: While out enjoying the sights, using public transportation, shopping or dining, where do you carry your wallet, passport, money, credit cards camera, and other valuables while enjoying the freedom of free hands? If you use a regular waist pack...
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Vehicle Safe Information

POSTED May 10th 2018 BY Travel Writer
A Guide to Vehicle Gun Safes and Portable Car Gun Safes Firearm or gun security is the responsibility of you the firearm owner. Many law enforcement officers or those with CCW’s rely on vehicle safes to help ensure that pistols or guns if left in vehicles, don’t end up in the wrong hands. Make sure you’re in compliance with your most recent State laws regarding...
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Italy: Pickpocket Scams in Venice

POSTED March 20th 2018 BY Beth Williams
Venice is another great “don’t miss” city in Italy, but it’s also where pickpockets prey on tourists. Like tourists, pickpockets love Venice, too. Pickpocket Scams Are A Part of Venice Italy The following are the most common locations where tourists fall victim to thieves, scams, and pickpockets. Piazza di San Marco, Academia Museum, the Rialto Bridge, and smaller crowded bridges. (The common factor here is crowds.)...
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What Every Beach or Pool-Goer Needs to Pack, and it’s not Sunscreen

POSTED March 3rd 2018 BY Beth Williams
Thefts at beaches and pools increase during the busy vacation season when tourists and locals flock to the water.  Most beachgoers leave their wallets, cell phones, cameras or other valuables while they go for a swim or walk along the shore hoping that they’ll be there when they return. Most think they don’t have an alternative but to leave their property unattended or guarded. Some...
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Cell Phone Photos Can Save Missing Valuables While Traveling

POSTED March 2nd 2018 BY Travel Writer
Technology has advanced so that photos on your cell phone photos can quickly help save your missing valuables while traveling. When anything is missing, lost, or stolen while traveling, it can be extremely stressful. Your cell phone can actually facilitate the return of valuables if you take pictures of your valuables prior to departure. If belongings are damaged inside of your luggage and you have photos, it...
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