While vacations are fun and relaxing, you can’t fully let your guard down because hackers go on vacation, too. There are also other safety risks you need to be aware of as you travel. Recently, the Today show’s Jeff Rossen offered some not-so-obvious precautions you can take. Here are three tips to use when you leave town.
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We’ve all been there. You check into a hotel room and something isn’t right. Maybe the TV is broken or there aren’t enough towels, so you call the front desk and a worker comes up. To be safe, Rossen recommends, when you let the employee into your room, prop the door open or slide the
Vacationing with children, including grandkids, can be enjoyable but nerve-racking. No one wants to be the person who was watching a kid when he wandered off and got lost. Thanks to new technology, though, it's easier to keep the little ones safer. Consider buying a GPS tracker, which now comes in many styles, making it likely that your kid will want to wear one. While some trackers will help you find a child if she gets lost, others sync to your phone and send you an alert if the happy wanderer strays too far from you — preventing a panic situation before it happens.
Today offered some other safety tips that you may find useful.