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Christmas Holiday: 6 Safety Tips to take when Travelling for the Christmas Celebration

Travelling Tips for Christmas

Christmas Travelling Tips: The Christmas holiday has come again and many people will be travelling to various destinations to celebrate and enjoy the Christmas holiday. I know you will not be left out as you have already made plans and arrange for the Christmas season regarding travelling but how do you plan for it so as to avoid so many pitfalls associated with travelling this period, here I will explain to you the tip s to take and follow in order to avoid disaster. Please read them carefully and follow the instructions.

The Christmas in most parts of the world come s with so much galore, fanfare and excitement, that does not mean some irrational people will not want to take advantage of the tides and time to cause havoc and chaos around our major cities especially when it has to do with tourist and passengers who will have to move from one place to another visiting and seeing loved ones, old family members, monuments, tourist sites, etc. as you get set to travel for the Christmas celebrations, there are some important safety tips you must take note of in order to make your trip exciting, memorable and above all being safe. They can be outline below and I will ask you follow them accordingly.

  • Luggage identification is important.  Clearly identify your luggage with your name, current address and phone number.  Put the information both inside and outside of your bag.  Remove old claim tag that might confuse handlers.  Attach a bright ribbon or bandana to your luggage to help distinguish your bags from similar ones in the baggage claim area.


  • Have a cell phone with you always and go with an extra battery just in case


  • Avoid driving during late night hours. There is an increased incidence of drunk driving during this time, especially on weekends.


  • Keep a safety kit in your vehicle. The kit should include a flashlight with extra batteries, jumper cables, first aid kit, water, non-perishable food items, matches, blankets, and flares or other warning devices. You should also include an ice scraper, small shovel and a bag of sand or kitty litter in case you get stuck in the snow.


  • Make sure that your car is well-equipped for travel. Check the tire tread, battery, antifreeze, windows and brakes. Also check that you have a jack and lug wrench and that your spare tire is properly inflated.


  • Pack a basic first-aid kit for minor emergencies.  Include such items as antibiotic ointment, tablets for severe bacterial forms of diarrhea, tablets for relief from diarrhea, antifungal cream, antiseptic ointment, aspirin, bandages, lotion for insect bites, electrolyte replacement tablets to replace body salts lost through sweating or diarrhea, lotion for insect bites, insect repellent, safety pins, scissors (not permitted to be carried-on), soap, sunscreen, thermometer and tweezers.

I hope you will take this safety tips serious as you prepare to embark on your Christmas holiday trip. Happy holiday and Merry Christmas in Advance.


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