By now, you’ve probably heard about the latest round of hurricanes.
You know, the ones that hit the United States, like Harvey and Irma, that are wreaking havoc on the tourism industry.
They’re all wreaking devastation on our economies and are wreak havoc on our communities.
So it’s a great time to talk about what we can do to help our tourism economy thrive.
The tourism industry, however, isn’t doing well.
It’s in recession, with losses topping $1.2 billion for the first time in its history.
And, according to the International Tourist Organization, about 10 percent of the U.S. economy is now at risk of economic collapse.
That means we can’t just wait for the next storm.
We need to do something right now, and that means making sure our businesses, our neighborhoods, our businesses have access to safe, affordable transportation, reliable food and fuel, and the tools and tools they need to succeed.
So I want to focus on four things that we can all do to make sure our visitors get the most out of their trip to America.
The first thing we can offer our visitors is a simple but effective way to make our communities safer: transportation.
I’m going to talk a little bit about what you can do right now to make it happen, and I’ll show you how.
First, make sure you’re traveling with a safe driver.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has estimated that about 40 percent of all traffic fatalities in the United State are the result of a distracted driver, so it’s important to be careful about what your driver is doing.
Here are some tips to help make sure your driver isn’t distracted while driving: Turn your radio on when you’re behind the wheel.
If you’re driving alone, turn on your radio when you’ve got a passenger, or in a crowded area.
That way, you can keep them aware of your surroundings and help them see what’s going on.