There are just some things that everyone should have when they travel, and at our EWR Airport parking company, we’ve narrowed it down to the ones we think are worth considering. Here are some of our favorite travel accessories:
With so many necessities these days, who knows where to put them all? Several different companies have designed a travel jacket that features a variety of built-in pockets so that you can not only store all of your essentials, you can keep them out of sight to thieves or pick-pocketers.
Purifying Water Bottle
You never really know how clean the water is where you travel (especially if you’re in another country), but with a purifying water bottle, you won’t have to worry about it. Simple fill up the bottle and the filter will make sure you have clean water to drink at a moment’s notice.
From crying babies to loud talkers to subway screeches and more, no trip is complete without a few annoying sounds. With noise-canceling headphones, however, you can sit back and relax while you drown out whatever sound is bothering you. They’re also great for sleeping, since they keep things quiet around you.
There will be plenty of times while traveling that you wish you had a washer and dryer. With portable wash bags, you can easily put several articles of clothing, some detergent, and water right into a bag, then shake and massage to scrub your clothes clean. After that, just hang them to dry. These bags are perfect for hiking, camping, and on-the-go travel in general.
No one likes rummaging through a toiletries bag to find what they need. Make things easier by investing in an organizer bag, which gives you a spot for your toothpaste, toothbrush, deodorant, shampoo, and more.
It may sound simple, but a scarf is one of our EWR Airport parking members’ favorite accessories. You can use it as a shawl or a blanket if you’re cold, as a headwrap to block the sun, as a pocket to carry small items, as a pillow on a bus or plane, and more. It’s a great versatile accessory for any trip.
This accessory is essential if you’re traveling to another country. Not everyone uses the same size outlet as we do in the U.S., and if you run into an outlet that’s smaller or has more prong openings, you’re not going to be able to charge your devices. Pack an outlet converter and you’ll be able to turn any foreign outlet into one that works like a U.S. outlet.
You never know when rain is going to hit, so always be prepared with a micro umbrella. These umbrellas can fold up into a tiny, compact size to make it easy to stash in your luggage, purse, backpack, and more.
Yes, this is another travel accessory that sounds too simple to be of any use, however, plastic bags can come in very handy. Have you ever had wet or dirty clothes that you needed to pack, but didn’t want to because they would get the rest of your belongings wet or dirty? Plastic bags can solve that issue.
Portable Luggage Scale
Most airlines only allow luggage bags to be 50 pounds in weight; after that, they’ll can charge you up to $100 in overweight fees. With a portable luggage scale, you can weigh any bag quickly and easily to make sure it’s not over the travel weight limit.