Tuesday, June 30, 2015

The Enterprises TV Show Relays Car Theft Prevention Tips

People who live in the top five U.S. cities for vehicle theft might want to take preventative steps against it. The Enterprises TV show relays what to do to protect vehicles from getting stolen.

If the car or vehicle is older, it may not come with an anti-theft system or alarm. In this situation, the basic Club steering wheel lock comes in handy. The original can be found at discount stores and is quite affordable. Another option is to have the car’s vehicle identification number (VIN) etched on the bottom of the windshield and on some of the parts.

Newer vehicles will come with alarm systems and other anti-theft systems such as satellite service which tracks the vehicle and alerts a service center when something happens.

Other anti-theft solutions are specially coded keys, engine immobilizers, and telematics locating systems. The Enterprises TV show also notes that the U.S. FBI states car thefts of all kinds are on the decline. In fact, stats are down 5.7 percent from 2013 to 2014. The most important contributing facts to the decrease in auto thefts is improved public awareness and better law enforcement tactics and prosecution.

We need our vehicles for daily work and school commutes. We need them to get us to the store, doctor’s office and to take on vacations. In return, we just protect our property. Find the most affordable anti-theft protection possible and use it.


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Friday, June 26, 2015

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The Enterprises TV Show Packs Tips for Staying Organized on the Road

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Business travel can be full of interruptions and distractions, often preventing us from getting needed work done. The Enterprises TV show packs tips for staying organized during business travel.

There are many situations which can prevent us from getting work completed when traveling for business. Bad weather delays flights, hotel rooms can be too cold or too hot, and the scenery outside is too inviting to not partake. Not to worry, though. Here are some helpful suggestions to slay the work load:

Night owls and early birds can take advantage of their special time to tackle heavy duty job tasks. This leaves the regular work hours free for more lightweight work.

Download apps which help keep track of time at home and at the destination. Set timers to be reminded when something is due, even if travel is on the other side of the world.

Plan the work day either before going to bed or when fully awake in the morning. Take care of the most imperative tasks first thing. Find a quiet space and stay focused.

Enterprises TV also suggests completing large projects such as presentations before leaving the office.  Keep everything together in one file folder or on a Cloud drive for easy access.

When traveling with the boss, we are always on call. Be one step ahead by anticipating needs and having everything needed like handouts at fingertips.

It’s hard to stay organized when traveling for business. Find the way which works best and tweak it along the way.


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