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Blog / 05.08.2020

It’s the time of year where we’re excited to get away from it all and take a well-deserved break from work and our responsibilities. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, vacations here in the US are proving a popular alternative to overseas travel. However, more staycations mean more cars on the road, which means that the likelihood of a crash or collision is greatly increased. While driving your own car on vacation gives you freedom from public transport and from strict flight times, you’re also responsible for getting to your destination...

Blog, Travel Tips / 04.08.2020

You cannot always be sure of the weather when hiking or camping outdoors, and you want to be prepared for the worst scenario. In addition to packing refreshments, change of clothes, and safety gadgets, you also want to have a poncho in your rucksack, especially when going out under wet weather.  Walking for hours under the rain or snow can take a toll on your health, not to mention putting a dent in your outdoor experience. With the help of survival ponchos, you can stay warm and dry, while also...

Blog / 03.08.2020

According to the Center For Disease Control (CDC), the United States has had close to 4.5 million COVID-19 cases as of July 31. The country has also seen just over 150,000 deaths due to the virus. Summer is in full swing and most people would've taken trips by now. But, many are choosing to stay home and avoid airplanes, hotels, and crowded public scenes. On the other hand, many of you may be itching to travel after being cooped up inside of your homes over the last four months. As travel restrictions...