Follow these Top Twitter Feeds for Travel Safety Tips and Advice
One of the best ways to stay up-to-date with current safety and travel happenings in your local area is via Twitter. Even if you don’t want to tweet yourself, you can create an account to solely follow relevant people, feeds, and hashtags to get instant news on weather, safety, and even suggestions for your travel destination. If you want to take it a step further, interacting and sharing a concern can help a fellow traveler with your to-the-minute knowledge. Below is the compilation of our top ten Twitter feeds to follow for travel safety.
- FEMA During times of crisis, this Twitter feed is active in sharing critical information via Twitter alerts. If you’re only going to follow one from this list, FEMA is a good choice to make with recommendations on how to survive winter travel and much more. Peruse their feed to find regional FEMA accounts relevant to your location.
- CDC Travel Health When traveling internationally, it’s key to follow CDC Travel Health for illness and injury prevention. From Ebola updates to holiday travel tips via their podcast, CDC Travel Health provides accurate, current information on critical health trends from around the world.
- HuffPost Travel All things related to travel, from suggestions on how to keep your lips from getting chapped to top airports to avoid in the winter, HuffPost travel encompasses all aspects of travel safety (and beyond).
- AAATravel The same company that helps you with a flat tire alongside the road also runs the gamut with #TravelForecasts, staying safe while traveling by boat, and even hiking precautions.They additionally share their AAA verified hotels, leaving you with vouched options and less headaches.
- Peter S. Greenberg As travel editor for CBS News, Peter brings in tips on expediting your passport, what you should know when traveling with a cold, and how to avoid traveling with a blocked credit card. Want to know airport security wait times before you head to the airport? Give him a follow for all his insider tips.
- Sully Sullenberger Former captain for US Airways, Sully knows the open skies and the open road better than most–so much that he’s now a Safety Consultant and an Aviation and Safety Expert for CBS News. Follow him to read a basic explanation on turbulence and how fatigue threatens travel.
- Breaking News Travel More focused on mass transportation updates, Breaking News Travel keeps you current on large scale airport and train issues that could impact your journey.
- NBC News Travel Covering the woes and wonders of all things related to travel, NBC News Travel is a knowledgeable source on issues in the sky and on the ground. Giving them a follow will show you how you to stay safe in all aspects of travel.
- Department of State Frequent international traveler? Keep up-to-date on related travel and safety warnings around the globe by following the U.S. Department of State.
- etravelsafety Security measures, travel precautions on international locations, and airport safety tips encompass some of the many different pieces of advice etravelsafety offers to its followers.
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