How to Avoid Luggage Theft

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As if paying to check your bags weren’t bad enough, you also run the risk of pilferage. But there are ways to keep your valuables secure.

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Get a suitcase with a TSA-approved lock, which can be opened only by you and the TSA (the Safe Skies TSA Strap is one example). Otherwise, checked luggage must remain unlocked for possible inspection, greatly increasing the risk of pilferage, or the TSA may decide to may break a non-approved lock to gain access.

How to Avoid Luggage Theft

Get a suitcase with a TSA-approved lock, which can be opened only by you and the TSA (the Safe Skies TSA Strap is one example). Otherwise, checked luggage must remain unlocked for possible inspection, greatly increasing the risk of pilferage, or the TSA may decide to may break a non-approved lock to gain access.

Courtesy of Safe Skies Locks
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