Whether you have plans to stay at your lake house for a week, tour the museums of the Capital, or trek through Alaska over a longer period of time, FidSafe® can store information that could give you peace of mind while you travel.
Store Key Travel Documents
It’s a good idea to make copies of your travel-related information in case of emergency or if anything gets lost or stolen. Consider FidSafe® as your back-up place to store any of these copies.
Suggested Copies to Store in FidSafe:
- Driver’s license
- Passport ID page
- Hotel confirmation(s)
- Airline ticket(s)
- Credit cards brought on the trip
- Traveler’s check serial numbers
- Travel insurance
- Pre-paid expenses like ground transportation, museum passes,
theater tickets, etc.
You can also keep a list of helpful travel websites to check before each trip or access while you’re away. For example, you can store the URLs of local attractions to save you time once you’re there.
If your luggage goes missing do you have a record of what might be in each suitcase, and a digital copy of your baggage claim receipt? Consider taking pictures of what you pack and uploading these to FidSafe before you leave for the airport.
Create an Emergency Contact
FidSafe can also provide a convenient way to share these travel-related items with others before and during your trip. It’s a good idea to let at least one Contact know exactly where you’ll be staying and how to reach you in an emergency. By sharing key travel information stored in FidSafe with that person, he or she could access something for you if necessary while you’re in transit.
Form a Master Packing List
Do you want to keep track of all the little things you have to do and pack each time you travel, so you don’t have to reinvent the list each time? Make a master packing plan or to-do list that you can use for each trip with slight modifications.
We hope some of these ideas are useful. Do you have other ways to help you prepare for travel with FidSafe? Please click here to let us know.