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5 reasons travel security data is so bad
May 28, 2018
At Anjin Secure Car we use algorithms to determine the most appropriate supplier and security configuration for a given trip.  The algorithm takes human expertise and instantly determines whether a...
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5 Reasons Ridesharing in Mexico is Dangerous
Mar 31, 2018
Is ridesharing in Mexico safe?  This question comes up over and over in travel forums and most of the responses are fraught with the logically weak and unhelpful gambler’s fallacy:  I took a rideshare...
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Travel and Business in Guatemala
Mar 28, 2018
Whether you are looking for a Guatemala travel guide, Guatemala safety information, or want to know about doing business in Guatemala, there is a lot of good information you can find that we have...
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Doing Business in Reynosa
Mar 20, 2018
Doing Business in Reynosa, Mexico Along the Rio Grande at the southernmost area of Texas, the McAllen/Reynosa metro area is one of the most robust manufacturing centers on the United States-Mexico...
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Is Cancún dangerous?
Mar 19, 2018
Yes.  Cancún is dangerous.  Statistically, the likelihood that you will be the victim of an improvised explosive device (IED) on a ferry or at the wrong nightclub when a shootout occurs is very low. ...
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Reynosa: Travel, Transportation,and Accommodation
Mar 19, 2018
Reynosa, Mexico is on the northern border of the state of Tamaulipas and just across the Rio Grande River from McAllen, Texas.  Like the other major border cities of Tijuana, Ciudad Juárez, Mexicali,...
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Kidnap in Reynosa
Mar 12, 2018
Perhaps no other crime is as indicative of failed criminal justice as kidnap for ransom.  Kidnap for ransom, or K&R, is complicated.  Relative to other crimes, K&R requires planning, time, partners,...
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Ridesharing And The Drug Trade in Mexico
Mar 12, 2018
Ridesharing and the Drug Trade in Mexico Is ridesharing safe in Mexico?  We have covered ridesharing in Mexico more generally in our article 5 Reasons Ridesharing in Mexico is Dangerous and here we...
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Safe Transportation and Airport Transfers in Reynosa
Mar 07, 2018
SAFE TRANSPORT IN REYNOSA There is a great deal of good information out there on Doing Business in Reynosa, but how you move around safely in Reynosa is a different matter.  Whether you are trying to...
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Rideshare Services in Mexico: Who is Picking the Route?
Mar 07, 2018
Ridesharing in Mexico May Put You on the Wrong Path One of the perennial complaints about ride-sharing is that non-professional drivers don’t know how to efficiently navigate cities and adjust routes...
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Reynosa,Mexico: Industrial Powerhouse and Victim of Cartel Violence
Feb 10, 2018
Reynosa, MX is the largest city in the State of Tamaulipas. Directly across from Hidalgo, TX, Reynosa is home to the manufacturing operations of several FORTUNE 500 companies from all over the world....
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Corruption in Veracruz Has Fueled Violence
Feb 05, 2018
The State of Veracruz has become one of the most violent regions of Mexico and records the highest number of disappeared persons in the country.  Under the “leadership” of former Governor Javier...
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Do you know who is driving when you travel overseas?
Jan 02, 2018
Do you know who is driving when you travel overseas? Ride sharing has revolutionized ground transportation.  There is no question that the on-demand, gig economy has fundamentally changed the way that...
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Trump Decision on Jerusalem Increases Travel Risk Globally
Dec 07, 2017
The US State Department issued a rare worldwide travel warning for all Americans on Wednesday.  The State Department has not issued a worldwide caution in 14 years, further highlighting the level of...
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4 Things Executive Assistants Need to Know About Executive Protection
Dec 01, 2017
Your boss is going to Monterrey, Mexico or Rio de Janiero and has asked you to arrange for security protection for his meetings. Like most of us faced with buying something new, you start with Google....
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8 Things LGBT Travelers Should Know About Safety
Sep 13, 2017
Human rights for the LGBT community have advanced at differing speeds internationally, making for unequal laws and provisions from country to country. International travel for LGBT people still...
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