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It is important for travelers to make copies of IDs and other important documents, such as:
Travelers check receipts
Most airlines accept photocopied forms of ID, although they handle lost or stolen ID issues on a case-by-case basis. Remember: Photocopied identification should be carried separately from the actual IDs. Another helpful tip is to make a digital copy of your driver's license and other ID and e-mail it to an easily accessible account through the Web. If you lose your ID, you can simply pull up the copy on a nearby Internet connection and print it.
The best advice is often the most common: Be prepared by taking steps to prevent ID loss and theft.
Travelers should keep IDs close to the front of the body, carry additional forms of ID and photocopy ID cards.
For more information about how to handle a lost ID, contact your airline.
You can always leave the copies with a relative, or your travel agent.
An emergency example- They cannot find your reservations for a car rental or hotel even with your documents.
Someone in your party has had a medical emergency such an accident, and or death.Lost luggage or the supplier did. Please Call Your Insurance First.
What is not an emergency for a travel agency-Your in jail, your in the hospital or you need medical attention.
+Seek legal advice we do not give any and are not qualified to give any.
We are not liable for any emergency or emergency situation.
If this is not an emergency we will charge you $50.00.
We have offered insurance for a good reason.
Reasons why you may need insurance
- Personal Accident
- Lost Documents
- Possessions and Luggage
- Personal Liability
- Legal Expenses
- Peace of mind
Safety Travel Tips
Safety Tips for Traveler's Solo or otherwise.
(This is not intended as legal advice, seek an attorney for that.)
- Know how long it takes and how much it costs to get from the airport to your hotel or to the city center. Solo travelers are more likely to be "taken for a ride," so ask the taxi driver how much it will cost before you leave. If it's considerably different from what you know to be true, take a different cab.
- Find out if hotels at your destination are open late, so you don't end up sleeping in your car or worse.
- Be your own best counsel; if it doesn't feel right, don't do it.
- Carry good identification, in more than one place.
- Keep to open and public places, especially at night.
- Exude confidence and walk purposefully.
- Avoid appearing like a tourist. Ditch the Disney T-shirt and don't walk around with your face in a guidebook.
- Don't draw attention to yourself by wearing flashy clothes or jewelry.
- Lie a little. Not only can you invent your own persona or history, but you can also make your life easier with little white lies. When asking directions, don't let on that you are alone: "Can you direct me to the restaurant? I have to meet a friend."
- Check your maps and transportation schedules before leaving your hotel/train/rental car/tourist office. A traveler looking over maps can be a mark for unsavory types.
- Trust Everyone and No One
One of the best reasons to travel alone is to meet new people, but this also makes you more vulnerable.
- It's okay to hang out, travel and share with new friends, but you might not want to ask them to hold your money or purse.
- Scam artists can often be the most charming companions you'll find; you want to be open-minded, but keep your guard up enough to ensure your safety.