Travel Tip of the Day: Lower Your TV Volume

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If you think you’ve spotted a trend in my tips recently, you’re right. I’ve written in the past few days about ways to be a more considerate traveler (here and here) and today I’ve got yet another suggestion: Be sure the volume of your TV is not overly loud, especially late at night. I’m sure you’ve experienced the wrong side of this before—hating that you couldn’t sleep because your neighbor had the TV on too loud and you forgot your earplugs. Sometimes TVs are so loud that even earplugs don’t help.
Don’t be that guy or gal who keeps their neighbor up all night, and keep the volume low.



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  1. That’s good to know! I didn’t realize that people can hear you even though you have headphones on!

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