Exploring a new city in a different state or foreign country is a thrilling and enriching experience! You’ll come across new people, unique restaurants, fun attractions, opportunities to learn about the culture, and so much more in your travels. When it comes to maneuvering through a foreign city, public transportation is usually the most convenient and cost-efficient way to get around. As a tourist, however, it’s important that you take a few extra measures than you would traveling in a familiar area to stay safe on public transport! DO check the schedule first. Just as you should with most aspects… Read more »
Category: Bus Safety
Putting a Stop to Motion Sickness
Motion sickness, while not life-threatening, can put a serious damper on your travels. There’s nothing more frustrating than boarding your bus or plane and suddenly being debilitated by an intense wave of nausea and dizziness. It takes away from the excitement of your trip and makes the next few hours of your life miserable! Fortunately, there is some relief to be found for motion sickness and plenty of prevention strategies for you to use—all of which we’ve gathered for you here. Remember this helpful information and these tips when you embark on your next bus trip, car ride, or flight,… Read more »
Should I Wear a Seatbelt on a Bus?
Experience and research have taught the modern world that wearing a seat belt when you drive or ride in a car is an imperative safety measure. The impact of the seat belt on vehicle safety is so significant, in fact, that it is mandatory in all states to wear one while in a car as both a driver and passenger. But what about the bus? Rarely do you hop on the metro or a school bus to a group of securely buckled in passengers. Have you ever wondered why that is? When you take a seat on a bus and… Read more »