Parents across America are wondering if Uber and Lyft can safely move their most precious cargo. Whether kids need to go to soccer practice or summer camp, ridesharing services can seem like an easy way to get them from point A to point B. Read on to see if it’s as safe as it is simple — and if there are better options to transport your child.
Traveling to a city, no matter where it is on the globe, can be both fun and daunting. Whether you’re a student, professional, or tourist, it’s vital to prioritize your safety. Stay secure and street-savvy with these tips to protect yourself in the city.
There’s no doubt about it: traveling alone is a worthwhile adventure. From setting your own agenda to getting to know yourself better, solo travel is an experience that everyone should have at least once. However, there are a number of potential safety risks that arise without a travel buddy by your side. The good news is that there are steps you can take to protect yourself so you can focus on having the time of your life.
When choosing a school, most people consider campus location, tuition costs, and study abroad programs. Why not prioritize your safety, too? We tracked down the top 5 safest colleges in America so you won’t have to worry about your well-being while you study.
Ridesharing can be dangerous for passengers, but there’s an equally important flip side that is discussed far less often: the safety of the drivers. Uber itself has said that the majority of its safety incidents involve “abusive riders on drivers,” so we put together the 4 best ways for rideshare drivers to protect themselves and avoid the worst case scenario.