Traveling is one of the most enjoyable and interesting things we can do, but with traveling comes some risks. We all know that it's not always safe to travel and that some of the things associated with it, such as money and hotel stays bring with them some additional risks as well. There are some top ten safe travel tips that you can use to make your travels safer and more enjoyable.
Everyone should take the time to learn the top safe travel tips for those who are traveling summer or winter.
1. Keep yourself and your children seat belted at all times when the car is moving. Keep your young children or toddlers safely secured in a rear-facing car seat. The reason this is a top ten safe travel tip is obvious. The kids are our number one concern when it comes to traveling.
2. Keep your cash stashed out of sight. When you stop don't display large amounts of cash and don't flash it in a store. When you can use traveler's checks as opposed to carrying large amounts of strict cash. When you do carry cash, keep some in the car, some of you and some on your spouse so that your trip is not dependent upon just one person. One of the top ten safe travel tips that can keep your trip safe if one of you is injured, or your car is stolen, is this one.
3. Keep a first aid kit in your car at all times.
4. Don't visit an ATM machine at night or when alone.
5. If traveling with children, keep things to occupy them so that you can keep your attention focused on driving, where your attention should be. This top ten safe travel tip is one of the most important.
6. Be aware of how it is around you at all times. Make sure that you are paying attention to where you children are, and where others are located in relation to them and to you.
7. Keep your luggage or PDA/palm pilot close to you. Don't permit strangers to come near your luggage or ask them to watch it while you enter a restroom or other areas where you are not able to see the things you will be carrying onto an airline or train/automobile. Paying close attention to this one of the top ten safe travel tips will assure that you not only keep yourself and your family safe but also others who will be traveling with you if you are using mass transportation.
8. Keep your regular medication handy and on your person as opposed to packaged all separate from you.
9. Don't carry your most valued jewelry or your most expensive coat with you on vacation. It's in open invitation.
10. Don't take your children with you or travel to parts of the country where advisories have been issued. If it is truly a vacation, then why put yourself into a position to be in danger.
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