11/24/20

3 Possible Vacation Problems You May Experience


By on 11/24/2020 07:37:00 AM

In this world of uncertainty amid Covid-19, staying indoors is becoming more frustrating than ever before. That may be why so many people are planning their summer vacations already. No matter where you want to go while you are away from home, you should be aware of possible issues you may encounter. Here are three problems you may experience while on vacation.


 

1. Stolen Car

There were almost 800,000 car thefts last year, and the numbers continue to grow. If your car is stolen, you should take steps to make sure it doesn’t happen again. So, whether you drive one of the most taken vehicles or have a rare beauty, you want to make sure your vehicle is safe. Call an auto locksmith Jamaica NY to change or fix the locks, and then hide a location transponder somewhere on your car.

2. Denied Credit

There are many reasons your credit card may be declined while you are on vacation, but the most common is when you begin charging for items out of state. That usually sends signals to the agency that fraudulent charges are possible, so the card is declined. Call your credit card company and explain which states you will be visiting to prevent a denied credit scenario.

3. Lost Room

Reservations for rooms do get lost, especially when you are dealing with small hotels, booking agents, or travel agencies. If it happens to you after a long day of travel, remember to stay calm. Don’t yell, assign blame, or play the victim because it won’t get you what you want. Instead, explain the problem calmly and ask the manager what possible solutions they can offer your travel-weary family. You may be surprised by how helpful most hotel staff members want to be.

If you experience any of these situations, don’t let it ruin your vacation. The solutions are simple, and you will have great stories to tell your co-workers when you get home.

 

 

About Angela

Angela is a freelance travel writer and lifestyle blogger, blessed with 3 beautiful daughters, 5 moody cats, 1 spoiled dog, and 1 very supportive husband.

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