The attack on the airport in Glasgow and other plots uncovered in England have prompted heightened security precautions at U.S. airports. Among them: A new wrinkle at LR National Airport starting tomorrow. Cars turning into the airport to drop passengers in the front of the terminal will be subject to random visual vehicle inspections. The checks will continue for an unspecified time and are meant to demonstrate a visible security presence. Yes, you better allow a little more time to negotiate the airport.

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