Which Texas cities should be on Texas travel advisory?
Texas travel advisories are a critical part of the state’s disaster preparedness, and are meant to provide a temporary solution to an ongoing problem.
But while the advisories provide a simple way to notify travelers about a problem, they also can provide a dangerous one, especially for those traveling on international routes.
“I would caution against going on vacation in Texas.
There are a number of serious crimes in the Lone Star State that could result in injury or death, especially if you’re driving,” said Tom Burt, a spokesman for the Texas Travel Advisory Council, which advises state government on safety issues.
Travelers are advised to keep their eyes open for suspicious activity and suspicious vehicles on highways and in parks, and stay away from places where they know people are staying.
The most dangerous places to travel are in places like the Rio Grande Valley and the Houston metro area, which have been hit hard by Hurricane Harvey, the state said in a statement.
Burt said he has heard from several travelers who have been stranded in Texas after they were ordered to leave their homes by a travel advisory.
“There is an overwhelming need for people to be aware of the advisances, to be alert, and to report suspicious activity,” he said.
“If you do need to leave, be aware that you could be held responsible for your own safety.”
The advisory is meant to last for 24 hours.
While it’s not necessary to go on vacation, Burt says it’s a good idea to make the trip when you have time.
“The longer you’re away, the less time you’ll have to be in your home,” he added.
If you need to get back to your home country, Buret suggests that you do it with a reliable partner and that you contact your airline, hotel, and travel agent.
If that doesn’t work, the best thing to do is stay away for 24-48 hours and then re-establish contact with your loved ones.
Burets advice is a good reminder that there is a time to prepare and a place to leave your house and family, and you shouldn’t go into a panic mode.
“We want to encourage you to be mindful of your surroundings, especially as you go about your daily routines,” he told NBC News.
“Stay safe and follow your state’s travel advisory.”