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Hi,
     I'm staying in Toronto, Canada. I'm planning to travel to US in the next year. I would like to get few tips and country rules and regulations if any. Need your help.
Thank you.

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There are no country rules except for immigration laws.  Most rules are based on per state (province) level.  Where exactly are you planning to travel to and by which mode?  Air, by car, rail ?
 

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Where in the US? How Long will you stay? Do you have a passport?

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Be more specific, but best tip I can give is follow the speed limits to avoid police interactions!

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Just act normal and you'll be ok. The U.S. never converted to the metric system, so don't think the weathercaster is predicting we'll all die from high temperatures or the posted speed limits are very slow.

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TripAdvisor.com and Skyscanner.com are great to check out travel times and what to do. make sure you get a visiting visa, its easy

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Before traveling check out these places for some deals, Groupon.com and Hotwire.come good luck and safe travels.

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I like to travel , planning travel to Japan next year

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Skip the US, nothing here to see.  Next year it will be Trump land. Avoid at all costs!

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I want to ask you. I will go to Toronto next Feb. and I need to rent a car. I found this one https://iversta.com/ pretty good because it locates in my airport I'll land. What do you know about them? Thank you in advance

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I am traveling to NewYork with my DD. She is 13 months old. I read about online nanny services http://www.diamondpersonnel.com/family-blog/online-nanny-services/is-an-online-nanny-service-right-for-my-family/ and planning to get them if I haven't got any other nanny services. Can I get the nanny services for 15 days in NewYork?

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Hey there! Only one travel tip I would like to give is that, make sure the hotel where you are staying at does contain room safe to ensure safe storage of your valuable belongings when you are out for a stroll or sight-seeing. Many hotels provide rooms safes from reliable and trustworthy companies like hotel safes, Corporate safe, etc.. I hope this helps you. Have a safe and enjoyable journey to US.

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