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Seven Travel Tips For Road Warriors

Travelling for work can get dull fast, but it needn’t be a constant source of stress. These seven tips will help ...

Seven Travel Tips For Road Warriors

Travelling for work can get dull fast, but it needn’t be a constant source of stress. These seven tips will help you make your time on the road (or in the air) a little less grueling.

 

1. Invest in good luggage

You know those strong, durable suitcases, with four wheels and loads of handy features? They’re meant for people just like you and are worth the investment.

 

When you think of how much use they will get, the high price tags make sense. No road warrior should use substandard luggage.

 

2. Start collecting SIM cards

If you travel internationally, use an unlocked cellphone and grab a local SIM card from all the countries you regularly visit. This means an end to high data roaming charges and unexpected bills.

 

3. Pack sensibly

If you are constantly on the road, you should have packing down to a fine art. Make a list and stick to it, and eventually organized packing will become instinctive.

 

 

4. Always take a bin bag

If you go away for extended periods, take an empty bin bag for your dirty laundry. Not only can you then keep it separate, you can sit on the bag to eliminate all the air, making it take up less space in your case.

 

5. Pack a snack

You never know when rail holdups, flight delays or traffic may delay you. A couple of bags of nuts and trail mix will protect you from hunger AND overpriced rubbery sandwiches.

 

6. Carry several payment methods

Frequent travel often confuses credit card companies, and the last thing you need is a declined payment when you’re in a hurry or your plans change. Make sure you carry a few different payment options around with you.

 

7. Collect the rewards

Frequent travel often brings rewards such as vouchers for frequent fuel purchases or Air Miles. Sign up for all the loyalty schemes you can, and you may be able to treat yourself at some point in the future.

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