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6 Important Safety Travel Tips You Must Know Before Leaving Travelling can make you experience two things, which is excitement and terrified. When travelling to other places for the first time, you have to be sure that you’re following these safety tips to ensure that you are going to have a happy and safe journey. Tip number 1. Choose your ground transport sensibly – check with the companies that the transportation mode is safe when travelling in a taxi, bus, train or any mode of transport. Tip number 2. Check with the government department – you know that you can gather all safety info about any country from their state department. By paying a visit to their site, you will be able to get accurate info on any country you like to visit. In fact, from travel warnings, vaccinations, types of crimes and so forth, you can find all sorts of information. Truth is, you can register with them if there is civil unrest or natural disaster that took place allowing you to come back home safely.
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Tip number 3. Review the escape route of the hotel – let’s be true to the fact that when checking in our hotel room, we are interested more in the view from our room and the facilities they have to offer instead of taking some time to read the security map placed behind doors. But just before you settle in one, it is best to read the emergency escape routes of the hotel because in case that there’s an emergency, you will be glad to know your way out.
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Tip number 4. Leave an emergency contact – going on relaxing vacation may seem to be a fun idea but it does not mean that you can disappear from the world. It is going to be important to leave your contact number, inform someone where you’re travelling, which hotel you are staying at and when you’ll be back with a family member or close friend. To let them know of your whereabouts, contact them at least once a day. Tip number 5. Scan all important documents – it is best that you scan your passport, driver’s license, identification card and so on and save it on your phone or email it to yourself before heading to your destination. By doing so, if you’re out and need to show passport or any other document, you can simply present the scanned one. Tip number 6. Don’t show off – avoid leaving big tips or showing off money as you pay off your bills and always keep valuables like money and jewelries in your purse or hotel safe. This is essential to avoid being a target of crooks in a foreign place.