6) Cash Stash and Privacy Protection
Travel security is not something to be taken lightly. It’s a necessary precaution that could save your whole trip from going belly-up. Money belts, neck wallets, and even undercover bras (that’s right ladies – it’s now finally acceptable to stow cash down your shirt!) have all been created to help keep your money and cards safe. Money belts and the like often go undetected, making you less of a target. Another way to stay safe is to lock your luggage. Contrary to popular belief, you are permitted to lock your checked baggage – as long as the lock is TSA-approved. These locks are marked with the “Travel Sentry” or “Safe Skies” logo. TSA possesses a master key to these locks and can open your bags without having to break it. Secure your belongings by locking your bags and keeping those out who shouldn’t be snooping around in the first place.
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