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If you are planning to check in your suitcase, make sure that you'll have a carry-on luggage for the nacasities and don’t forget to Include in your carry on your vital medicines and vitamins too.
And Of course The U.S. Transportation Security Administration that know as (TSA) has strict regulations about carrying liquids, gels and aerosols: Each traveler is allowed to carry only one, quart-size, zip-top, clear plastic bag.And of course the TSA allows some exceptions to the 3 ounce containters/1 quart zip-top plastic rule,
Before you hit your way to the airport take a photo of your suitcase in and out.
Lock your suite case, even though it is not impossible for them to open it, but it will make it harder and maybe time consuming. If you are taking laptop computer. Tape a business card or other identifying information on the bottom of your laptop to avoid loss or accidental "exchange" by travelers. Make sure that your suitcase has a tag on the outside and several tags on the inside. Mark your suitcase with a color cloth if it was black to identify it easier.
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