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4 Travel Tips to Keep in Mind This Summer Season

by Gregg Fox on Jun 13, 2019 2:44:53 PM

Whether you’re catching a limo service to the Philadelphia airport, navigating through Thailand, or offroading in Aruba, safety is an essential part of all travel. Here at Corporate Sedan Service, we want to help travelers stay safe as they venture from point A to point B. That’s why we’re sharing these safety tips so that you and your loved ones can remain safe as you explore the world.

 Tip One: Don’t Carry Everything Together
Although it’s tempting to store credit cards, identification, and cash in your purse or wallet, it’s not advisable. Try and keep these items locked away in a safety deposit box or the hotel room safe. Separate the I.D. and cash items that you need to carry on your person, and store them in separate pockets. This prevents you from losing everything if a thief steals your purse, bag, or wallet.


Tip Two: Pay Close Attention to Your Surroundings
Many travelers have busy schedules when exploring a new city or country. When sightseeing, it’s essential to keep an eye on your surroundings at all times. Also, when traveling with family or friends, make sure you know where they are at all times and try not to stray too far away from them. If you’re traveling through a busy city, pay attention to the people around you, and try to stay safe at all times.


Tip Three: Notify Your Bank of the Location You Are Traveling
This is especially important if you are traveling to a new country. Banks have fraud and security systems in place to help avoid criminal activity. If they see that your card is being used in another country, and you haven’t made them aware that you are traveling, they can freeze your account instantly. This could cause mayhem if you are stuck in a strange place with no access to cash, so let your bank know that you are traveling, and to which countries you intend to travel.


Tip Four: Take Out Travel Insurance
Your healthcare insurance plan may not cover you for travel abroad, so it’s essential that you take out additional travel insurance in case you fall sick in a foreign country. Travel insurance isn’t particularly expensive, but it can save thousands of dollars should you end up hospitalized or in need of medication abroad. Don’t forget to let the insurance company know if you will be participating in extreme sports or any other dangerous activity, or else you may not be covered for injury claims.

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This post was written by Gregg Fox