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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Protecting Your Identity and Privacy

POSTED January 22nd 2010 BY Beth Williams
Safeguarding our identity and privacy should be a part of our everyday lives, however many of us are not aware of the various resources to assist us with this endeavor.  There are 5 kinds of Identity Theft but most people are just aware of credit card identity theft. That is just 20% of the problem. Here are all five. 1) Driver’s License Identity Theft 2)...
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International Drivers License

POSTED January 22nd 2010 BY Beth Williams
If you intend to drive overseas, check with the embassy or consulate of the countries you will visit to learn their driver’s license, road permit, and auto insurance requirements. If possible, obtain road maps before you go or make sure your gps or gps app is updated to support your travel destination. Many countries do not recognize a U.S. driver’s license. Most, however, accept an...
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International Driving Customs

POSTED January 22nd 2010 BY Beth Williams
The question of which side of the road people drive on in various countries arises from time to time which is why the below list came about.  This is a fairly comprehensive list which has been compiled by multiple contributors over the years. The reasons for choosing one side of the road over another, as well as the reasons for the original choice and the...
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Hotel Safety

POSTED January 21st 2010 BY Beth Williams
Before Your Trip Copy all credit cards, airline tickets, passports and important documents, front and back. Store where you can have access to if needed. Consider family member whou could fax to you having access to photos stored on your phone (as long as you keep it password protected and don’t lose it!) Jewelry and luggage and all valuables should be photographed prior to trip....
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How to Avoid Carjacking

POSTED January 21st 2010 BY Beth Williams
Stealing a car by force has captured headlines across the country. Statistically your chances of being a carjacking victim are very slim, and prevention actions can reduce the risk even more. Tactics for Safety Carjacking – What is it? Carjacking is a violent crime that has been on a dramatic increase. It is a crime in which a car is taken from a person by...
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Children Travel

POSTED January 21st 2010 BY Beth Williams
Nine great websites with information about traveling with children.  Each covers a different topic and offers advice and tips to make your’s and the children’s trip pleasant. Reduce stress, have baby supplies sent to your hotel Child Safety In The Air Top 10 Safety Tips for Traveling With Children Using Child Restraints on Aircraft Traveling with a Child Seat Traveling with Children Lavatory Adventures General cabin safety information at the Cabin Safety Home...
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Flight Tracker

POSTED January 21st 2010 BY Beth Williams
    Tracking your flight is fun and easy. Now your kids or someone picking you up can see exactly where your flight is! Click here to see how easy it is.         Arrive rested and ready to start your adventure, find first-class comfort items for your trip.                       Flight Tracker was last modified: June...
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Why You Need a Security Camera Strap

POSTED January 20th 2010 BY Beth Williams
Safe Guarding Your Camera with an Anti-Theft Camera Strap “Camera snatches,” or “cut and run” camera thefts usually occur in tourist hot spots. Here are some suggestion for what you can do to make sure you return home with your valuable gear and memories. Camera Snatchers and Cut and Run Thefts Many travelers are aware that crowded tourists destinations are popular with pickpockets and other...
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Business Travel

POSTED January 20th 2010 BY Beth Williams
Business Travel – Global Business Travel Association – Travel Risk Management Business travel manager and suppliers have various responsibilities when it comes to safeguarding their employees and customers. The following are a few websites that provide travel safety and risk management information for the business travel community. Global Business Travel Association – Travel Safety – Risk Management Committee GBTA – Duty of Care Global Risk Management...
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Global Government Websites, Know Before You Go

POSTED January 20th 2010 BY Beth Williams
The following is a list of travel websites that provide specific country information for travelers. Global Government Websites Swiss Travel Advisories http://www.eda.admin.ch/eda/en/home.html Japan Ministry of foreign Affairs – http://www.mofa.go.jp/ United Kingdom’s Foreign & Commonwealth Office – www.fco.gov.uk Australian Dept of Foreign Affairs & Trade and Consular Travel Advice – www.dfat.gov.au Canadian Dept of Foreign Affairs and International Trade – http://canada.ca/en/index.html Canadian Advisory Reports Direct connect to travel warnings as updated by the Canadian Government. New Zealand Ministry...
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