Travel Safety

Safety is always a major concern while traveling.

The travel safety tips in this section can help remind you of things to think about while planning for your trip, and to always have safety as a primary concern.

Webster’s New World Dictionary & Thesaurus defines safety as: the quality or condition of being safe; freedom from danger, injury, or damage; security.

Freedom from danger or injury is probably what most people think about when they think about safety.

If you travel, as most people do, with some type of battery operated device this web page on traveling with batteries and proper packing of spare batteries can help you stay safe and avoid potential injury for yourself and others.

This web page on cruise safety will give you some things to consider about your security (dangers) while aboard a cruise ship.

As you view the Webster's definition you can see that returning home to an undisturbed residence fits within the definition of safety as it relates to security.

In other words, you want to return to a home that is secure and free of damage; and, a home that has not been burglarized.

For things to consider and think about before leaving home on your vacation take a look at: travel tips before leaving home.

A great travel safety tip is to have a good security system; but, not just any system.

If you travel often, you may find peace of mind by investing in a system that allows you to view your home using the World Wide Web. You can check on things from anywhere in the world, as long as you have a good internet connection.

Of course, you should have emergency numbers handy if you need them. Also, before leaving home enlist a family member or good friend to serve as a contact or go-between person with the authorities.

Start weeks before your trip developing a check list of safety tips. Use it to guide your actions before you leave home, when you are well on your way, and when returning home.  

It is important to start early on your safety check list because over time you will remember things you did not think of earlier.

See you when you return. And, travel safely.



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Also see these other pages on safety.

Cruise Safety

Hotel Safety

Traveling with Batteries

Safety Tips before Leaving Home

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