Are Your Kids Traveling this Spring Break? Don’t Let Them Leave Without Reading This Free Report on Travel Safety!

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Your kids can have fun and be safe while traveling, stay out of jail and come back in one piece. CollegeSafe.com has put together a free comprehensive guide to student travel available by download at http://www.CollegeSafe.com/travel . They will come back with stories of the fantastic experiences they had and not with travel horror stories.

If you want to help your student avoid touring all the bathrooms during Spring Break, then have them eat yogurt every day for a week before they leave. The cultures and enzymes will strengthen their digestive system and help them avoid the dreaded Montezuma’s Revenge. This is just one of the many tips in the free guide on student travel by the safety experts at http://www.CollegeSafe.com .

The free student’s guide is their passport to having fun and staying safe while traveling, staying out of jail and coming back in one piece. Today, travel safety has never been more important. Did you know that many crimes are committed more on vacation than on campus? The free comprehensive guide to student travel is available by download at http://www.CollegeSafe.com/travel . This guide shows the steps to take to be aware and be safe.

With the conflict in the Middle East and the threat of terrorist retaliation against Americans, safety awareness while traveling has never been so important. http://www.CollegeSafe.com wrote the guide in a fun and light-hearted manner sure to appeal to teens and young adults. "We want our kids to go travel and have fun, confident that they have the latest safety information and products available" says Tamara Babich, founder of CollegeSafe.

"College years are among the most important and most challenging years of our lives. Let them be safe years as well. The guide is full of practical advice on how to come home with the best possible memories. Going to the beach, clubs, dances and parties should be safe, fun, and create memories that will last a lifetime. Show them how they can have fun and be safe, too."

The advice in the guide will help them to stay out of jail, avoid potential violence, protect their friends and prevent them from getting ripped off. Sections cover beach safety, how to go to clubs and live to tell about it, how to avoid scams and con games, and basically how to come home in one piece.

During the college years students develop relationships and friendships that may last the rest of their lives. The people at http://www.CollegeSafe.com are dedicated to providing the latest information, products and news to help students have a safe and secure time on and off campus. The safety information they learn today will last a lifetime. http://www.CollegeSafe.com is a division of http://www.MainStreetSafety.com, where your safety is their main concern. Use the free safety guides and specially chosen products at http://www.CollegeSafe.com and http://www.MainStreetSafety.com to care for your family, yourself and your friends in today’s world.

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