Tag: Travel

The Safest Ways to Travel

The first day of spring has come and gone, bringing with it the anticipation of warmer weather, the great outdoors, and above all, vacations! This time of year, people around the world are sitting down to plan their next opportunity for rest and relaxation. While it can be easy to become caught up in the Read More…

How to Be Extra-Safe When Staying in a Hotel

Whether you’re on a business trip, vacationing, or just trying to get away from the monotony of day-to-day life, your hotel is an important part of traveling. It’s your home base when you’re away from home, your safe space in a strange place. Hotels are normally set up to be as safe as possible. But Read More…

It’s Easy to Cross the Country Safely

Yes, it’s still chilly out there. But before you know it, spring will arrive, and with it, road trip weather. Crossing the country is an adventure, one that can be incredibly satisfying. You’ll be able to see a wide variety of sights, visit widely known attractions, and enjoy yourself in some unique locations. However, safety Read More…

How to Check the Safety of Your Airbnb Location

Airbnb was founded in 2008 as an alternative to hotels and short-term apartment stays, both to allow easier travel and to let homeowners monetize extra space that they’re not using. With over three million listings in over 65,000 cities, Airbnb is a great service that allows you to travel the way you want. However, staying Read More…

What’s Affecting You: TSA Airport Screenings

It’s mid-November, and the holiday season is in full swing. People are preparing for large meals with extended family, purchasing thoughtful gifts and traveling across the globe. These activities all have their downsides, but one is grabbing national attention. We all want to feel safe when we fly. People are willing to remove shoes, change Read More…

Should Sex Offenders Have The Right To Travel?

According to a recent report by CNN, several thousand sex offenders in the United States are granted passports each year. This information came directly from a document produced by a Government Accountability Office (GAO).