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Travel Habits You Should Quit Right Now

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Every frequent traveler develops habits that work for them. When you travel a lot, it’s natural to do so; maybe you follow the same pattern the day before your trip, starting by reviewing your itinerary and creating a mental list of everything you need before going on your journey. These are all good habits that make your trip more comfortable, relaxed, and pleasant.

But there are also some bad travel habits you may have developed along the way, without even realizing. The good news is it doesn’t matter if you are a procrastinator or a workaholic, you can break even the most persistent travel habits. 

If you want to improve your travel experience, here is how to break even the most persistent travel habits. 


Booking at the Last Minute

There’s a lie you tell yourself every time you book that last minute flight - you are waiting for the price to drop. Here is the thing, your options reduce with time. That means, the longer you wait, the fewer options you’ll have.

This rule covers flight booking, accommodation, and even tours. It’s always smarter to book in advance and have everything set up before your trip. 

One way to beat this bad habit is to create a self-imposed deadline. What does this mean, you ask? Pick a date on your calendar that is two weeks or three weeks before your trip to make all your bookings. And do anything necessary to hold yourself accountable. 


Not Learning the Basic Language

We are not talking about learning a new language every time you visit a new foreign country, but the basic words such as “Hello” and “Goodbye”. Learning a new language is difficult, we get that. However, knowing these basics can help you connect better with locals and make your experience even more comfortable and exciting. 

Take advantage of the language apps on your smartphone. Even if you don’t have time to learn a new language, there is always time for the basics. 


Not Giving Yourself Time to Pack

This is one of the most common bad travel habits. Considering the fact that a large number of people are procrastinators, this is not really surprising. You always wait until the last minute to pack for your trips. 

The solutions are pretty straight-forward. Start by doing your laundry a week before your trip. Rather than putting the clean clothes in your closet, just fold them in your suitcase. That way, you have fresh clothes for your trip and you won’t have to pack at the last moment again.


Not Learning the Exchange Rate Ahead

If you find yourself wondering all the time if you are getting charged a fair price when facing a new currency, you have this bad habit. Luckily for you, the solution is simple. All you have to do is download a currency exchange app on your smartphone. If it’s a great app, you’ll always have the latest exchange rate.


On a Final Note

One other bad travel habit is forgetting to arrange the proper transportation. This is where our Westchester limo service comes in. Harrison Car Service takes pride in delivering fast, efficient, and safe ground transportation. Today, we proudly serve clients anywhere in the US and around the world.

Looking for a safe ride to the airport? Book our Westchester airport transportation service for a comfortable and safe ride to the airport and back. Our team strives to deliver a seamless, personalized travel experience you’re sure to remember. 

Don’t let the bad habits derail your next trips. Focus on the adventure and have a great time no matter if you travel for business or for personal purposes. 


Posted on Jul 03 2018

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