Business leader, car enthusiast, and avid traveler Gene Bernshtam says that while electronic gadgets such as smartphones and GPS devices may be incredibly useful during a trip, these devices are sensitive and vulnerable, and almost always require protection and constant attention for them to be in good working order.
On that note, Gene Bernshtam shares with everyone tips and reminders when traveling with gadgets in tow.
Is there enough power and back-up?
Batteries are often overlooked by travelers, according to Gene Bernshtam. Bringing back-up batteries will save travelers the time and hassle of looking for places in which to charge their devices.
Do all the gadgets have protective covering?
Many places, although beautiful, are wetter or dustier than others. It’s these elements (the water, moisture, and smaller, microscopic particles) which can get into gadgets and cause damage. Also, at times, it may be unavoidable, but gadgets often hit other solid objects. To minimize the damage during these instances, protective covering is very much recommended.
Are there any connectivity settings that need to be changed?
Nowadays, most electronic gadgets can connect to the internet with ease. However, sometimes a few settings have to be toggled and tweaked in order to connect to public Wi-Fi, Gene Bernshtam adds.
Avalon Holdings LLC’s Gene Bernshtam believes that good work ethic is the key to success. He got his start in an investment banking firm shortly after graduating with a degree in finance from the Loyola Business School. During his free time, he loves to travel. For more info on Gene and his work, go to this page.