Travel Safety Guidelines

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Traveling can be a wonderful experience, but also rather stressful. You get to experience new foods, places and cultures. If you are traveling out of the United States, it can be somewhat of a culture shock. Travel smart and safe to see everything you want to see and so you won’t get overly stressed.


Transportation can be a nerve-wracking component on your trip. From flying to driving, or even taking a ferry, research the smartest ways to travel in the countries you are heading to. Get used to the car you are renting. If you are driving the car on the other side of the road, it can get rather stressful. Spend time driving around a parking lot to familiarize yourself with the car. If you end up getting in a car accident while traveling abroad, contact a lawyer to help you with your situation.

Be very cautious when crossing the street. There will be other tourists traveling in the same area as you. If someone is driving distracted and hits you while crossing the street, contact an attorney to help you receive the compensation you need.

Google Maps

The easiest way to navigate outside of your familiar Farmington, Utah is to use Google Maps. If you don’t add a data plan to your phone, you won’t be able to use Google Maps while driving. You can still use the Wi-Fi in your hotel and plan out the course you plan on taking that day.

If you do have a data roaming plan, have the passenger help you navigate so you don’t end up in an auto accident and tangled up in lawyer fees.


Before you leave, check the State Department travel warning alters. The U.S. Department of State can help you understand what documents you need, what you need to do if you have a lost or stolen passports along with many other helpful links.

Stay safe and out of harm’s way by avoiding car accidents, researching where you are traveling and look up the safety tips given by the U.S Department of State.


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