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About 75 million tourists visit USA each year. People come from different cultures and backgrounds. There are certain things that you should NEVER do while visiting USA, here are a few:
Don’t point your middle finger at anyone, this might get you killed.
Don’t Yell Allahu Akbar in a crowded place, you really don’t want to know the outcome.
Never travel in your car without wearing a seat belt.
Never drink and drive, Police won’t let you play with that.
Never Use you mobile phone while driving, no texting or talking over the phone.
Don’t Disrespect an american flag or say anything negative about the US troops, this will land you in some serious trouble.
Don’t bring something that is legal in one state to another state where it’s illegal.
Don’t get in someone’s personal space. Keep distance from people when you are talking to them.
Don’t stare at someone. Watching is fine but staring offends most.
Don’t park in handicap space. Unless you have the right to park there.
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Don’t try to get in the elevator unless everyone has stepped out.
Don’t walk on the left side. Always keep right.
Never ever cut in line. People hate that.
Don’t joke about bombs and terrorists. It might be a normal joke back where you come from but people take it very seriously in America.
Don’t discuss politics/religion with people you just meet.
Never reach for your pocket when you are stopped by a police officer. Keep calm and don’t get out of your car either.
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Don’t get in an argument with a police officer.
Don’t honk your horn unless you are in an immediate danger.
Don’t expect special treatment by displaying your status or wealth, everyone is treated equally in USA.
Don’t forget to tip. The servers need tips to come close to a living wage.
Don’t joke about obesity, It’s rude.
Don’t try to see the whole country in one trip, you can’t even come close to visiting all the states.
Don’t be afraid to share you culture with Americans. Americans are busy and most don’t get the chance to travel outside America.