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    • 16 May 12

    Tips for having a great and safe vacation in Costa Rica

    While driving or parking your car, lock the doors and keep the windows closed. If you get a flat tire, or someone tells you something is wrong with your car, you are bumped from behind or you are being followed, do not stop. Seek police assistance or drive to a busy shopping center. Avoid stopping when a stranger asks you for a ride. If you need to check a map, do so in a public and secure area or ask a police officer for help. Do not stop in front of strangers. Traffic infractions are to be paid at banks, never directly to police officials. If you travel to areas far from your hotel, you must carry your passport and be cautious. If you stay within close range of your hotel, keep your documents in a safe box and carry a copy of your passport with all the relevant information. Never leave money, credit cards, bags or valuables in the car. When possible, try to park in the parking garages, never in the streets.