7 Tips for a safe and comfortable Mudik

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Returning home is comfortable and safeYES! See you soon! Aladiners, where do you think you’re going home? Don’t forget to prepare everything you need to arrive safely to your hometown and upon your return to the city where you live. Not to forget, Mister will tell you what you need to prepare to go home.

1. Maintain body health

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Before starting the journey, your body must be fresh and healthy, Aladini. Don’t get too tired and try to get enough sleep the day before you go home so you can focus on the road. For those who go home fasting, vitamins or other supplements can be taken at dawn to stay strong. If you are tired, feel free to rest rest area.

2. Bring sufficient cash

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In today’s digital age, we really don’t need to carry a lot of cash in our wallets. But when you go home for Eid al-Fitr, you have to bring enough money, right? Because if you want to buy something on the street and the place doesn’t provide digital or debit/credit payments, it can be a hassle!

3. Diligent Update Return-to-home stream information

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During homecoming, always try to find information about homecoming streams from the media on line or radio. From there you can get enough information about which routes can be traveled by large or small vehicles, short routes or winding roads which can be crossed to shorten the travel time, to points rest area.

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4. Check the condition of the car

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If you drive home, it is mandatory to ensure that your car is in good condition. Check engine, oil, brakes, wheels, airbags, and other parts, at least a week before returning home.

5. Bring important documents

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Don’t forget to bring KTP, SIM, STNK and tickets for those returning home by plane, train or ship. Also make sure your SIM and STNK are still active, okay?

Read too: See you soon! Here are 4 preparations to celebrate Eid at home

6. Bring food and medicine

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When you get home, anything can happen, like hunger or sickness. As the road conditions are very busy, restaurants are also likely to be full, so stocking up on food is very important. If sick? Even worse. It is mandatory to bring generic medicines and special medicines if you or your family have certain diseases.

7. Ensure home security

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Not only the safety on the road that needs attention, but also the safety of your own home. Before leaving, close all doors and windows, turn off unnecessary electricity, and remove the gas regulator. If there are neighbors who don’t come home, you can also ask them about the condition of your house on your way home.

Read too: 7 things you can do when you’re not going anywhere this Eid

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