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How to Be Safe in a Foreign Country

How to Be Safe in a Foreign Country
Edit Article Edited by Dan Knows All, Maluniu, Jack Herrick, Zack and 49 others While being in a foreign country may be fun, there is always danger abroad, just as there is danger at home. All visitors from any country should learn what the dangers are in foreign countries and how to protect themselves no matter how sure they are that they are safe. There is always the possibility that something can go wrong, so, as they say, it's better to be safe than sorry. Whether by yourself or with family or friends, safety is important. Ad Steps 1Research the country you are going to before you go. 16If driving, be alert to changes in the rules of the road. Tips If you are in a country where political tensions are high, be extremely careful.

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