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The open road, the wind in your hair, and of course, some awesome tunes. Whether it’s relaxation or adventure you crave, summer is the best time to feed your vacation spirit. So dust off that suitcase and get ready… but not until you read up on how to keep your home, car, and family safe during your summer getaway!
Before You Go
-If it takes more than 5 minutes to break into a home, a burglar will go elsewhere. Make it as difficult as possible to physically get the door open by installing deadbolt locks, window grates, or other home security devices. (via Travelers)
-Make sure your home has a burglar alarm. A system that contacts an outside service is even better. (via Travelers)
-Arrange for mail and packages to either be picked up by a friend or neighbor, or held at the local post office. An accumulation of letters bursting out of the mailbox is a dead giveaway to burglars that you’ve been away. (via Travelers)
On The Road
-Roadtrippin’ with the family? Prior to any long distance car trips, be sure to have your vehicle serviced. (via ScottsdaleAZ.gov)
-Have small children sit in the backseat wearing safety belts. Infants should be placed in rear-facing car seats in the backseat! (via Insurance Information Institute)
-An estimated 21% of fatal crashes involved a drowsy driver — if you’re feeling sleepy behind the wheel, pull into a rest stop for some coffee and even a power nap! (via Insurance Information Institute)
While You’re There
-Plan to do a little sightseeing? Never carry large amounts of cash, and leave what you don’t need in the hotel safe. (via ScottsdaleAZ.gov)
-Reapply sunscreen every two hours and apply more than you think is needed. (via Prevention Magazine)
-If you’re staying in an unfamiliar location, be sure to ask the hotel’s concierge about any unsafe areas to avoid. (via ScottsdaleAZ.gov)