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Central Florida Bonding Releases Newest Article on Safety While Traveling This Summer

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Florida laws may be different from those of an individual’s home state. It’s easy to have fun and make rash decisions, like drinking too much. This could result in a DUI or mugging and battery drain if your temper takes over and you end up in a fight with a fellow traveler.

Central Florida Bonding announces its latest feature entitled “Tourism and Crime”. This Orlando, Florida bonding agency encourages travelers to be vigilant when traveling.

Hadi Khouri, owner of Central Florida Bonding, says, “After two years, people are finally traveling again this year. Central Florida is home to major theme parks such as Walt Disney World, Universal Studios, Sea World, Typhoon Lagoon, Volcano Bay, and Aquatica. Many travelers come from across the country and overseas to spend time at nearby theme parks and beaches. Locals love to explore their own backyard and enjoy a staycation. Whether you’re planning to cross the country or just stay nearby and have a staycation, our travel tips can help you and your family stay safe.

Central Florida Bonding offers these tips when traveling:

• Upon arriving at the airport, collect your luggage as soon as possible. Also watch your belongings closely and do not leave your luggage unattended

• If you rent a car, obey all traffic rules. Keep doors and windows locked

• If you use a ride-sharing service or a taxi, don’t share too much personal information with the driver.

• If you use public Wi-Fi, beware of its security. Hackers can hack and steal credit card information

• Keep hotel doors locked. Do not admit people who are foreigners

• Use the hotel safe to secure your valuables

•Do not post travel information or photos on social media.

•Do not leave valuables in the stroller. Don’t forget to pick up the bags if they are on the ground for a photo shoot

• Pack light when sightseeing. Take only what is necessary. Keep cash and credit cards separate. Leave extra cash and credit cards in the hotel safe

•Drink responsibly

• Do not drink and drive

• Be open to new things, but don’t engage in risky behaviors such as buying or using drugs

These tips and more are available online at: https://cfborlando.com/tourism-crime/

Khouri adds, “Travel can be wonderful, but people have to obey the law. Florida laws may be different from those of an individual’s home state. It’s easy to have fun and make rash decisions, like drinking too much. This could result in a DUI or mugging and battery drain if your temper takes over and you end up in a fight with a fellow traveler. If you or a family member ends up in jail, please call us at 407-841-3646 to initiate the bond process.

Central Florida Bonding has released clients from jail on bail for numerous charges such as impaired driving, assault, battery, drug possession, identity theft, drug trafficking, road rage, and more. To start the bond process, please call 407-841-3646. Central Florida Bonding is licensed to post bond throughout the State of Florida and with affiliated agencies throughout the United States.

A bonding agent is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. All Central Florida Bonding surety agents are experienced, knowledgeable, and licensed. They are willing to help with paperwork, can explain the ins and outs of the bail process, and can answer questions about the criminal justice system.

This Orlando surety agency serves all of Central Florida, including Orange, Seminole, Osceola, Volusia, and Lake counties. Defendants have benefited from the expertise of Central Florida Bonding since 1979. Khouri says, “We have been helping Central Floridians for many years. We can help you too! Please rely on our experience and expertise to guide you through this stressful experience.

Central Florida Bonding is located at Cox Plaza at 2911 39th Street, Suite 300, Orlando, Florida. To learn more about this surety agency, visit online at https://cfborlando.com/, or call 407-841-3646.

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