USB cards are now becoming a more common form of transport, but they do come with a couple of drawbacks.
Here are 5 tips for safely getting around without a bulky and potentially dangerous USB card.
Wear gloves When you’re driving, it’s essential to wear gloves, as many of the drivers who don’t wear gloves are also not wearing enough gloves.
A pair of black gloves, preferably gloves with a small hole in the back, is the best choice for safety.
Avoid walking around with your feet spread wide and touching anything.
The tips below help prevent this: Always wear a hat and sunglasses when you’re in a vehicle, to avoid the potential for road rash.
Always wear your seatbelt when you leave the vehicle.
Always look your head out the window, to be sure you’re looking at something, not at the road.
Wear earplugs When driving, always wear a hearing aid, or ear protection.
You should always wear your head cover if you’re wearing a helmet or other visor, and always wear earplugging if you have a protective mask or ear mask.
Don’t put your car keys into the ignition, even if you can get your hands on them.
You can’t, and shouldn’t, put your keys into a USB device when you don’t know how to access it. 5.
Never touch the USB device until you have permission to.
When you have your hands behind your back, it may be tempting to grab the USB card from your bag and use it, but do not touch it until you are given permission. More tips: