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Be prudent about accepting food or drinks from strangers. Keep in mind that these could be laced with something, and you could be unwittingly drugged and robbed. This is when armed thieves usually operating an unlicensed taxi force you to withdraw money from an ATM, then abandon you on the outskirts of town. To avoid this happening, have a hotel or restaurant call a taxi for you. You can also use the Easy Taxi app to hail one. Local press reported that as of June around 50, of the country's taxis, including 10 percent of Quito's, had emergency GPS-connected panic buttons on the side armrest in the back that automatically alert police and start video and audio recording.
Look for the 'transporte seguro' label on taxis. If it can be avoided, do not carry valuables on day hikes, especially in areas commonly visited by tourists. Hotel rooms near bus stations will often save you a couple of bucks, but can be dangerous and often double as brothels. If you are driving a car in Ecuador, never park it unattended.
Never leave valuables in sight in the car — even attended cars can have their windows smashed by hit-and-run merchants. On the off chance you are robbed, you should file a police report as soon as possible.
This is a requirement for any insurance claim, although it is unlikely that the police will be able to recover the property. Armed robbery is rare in Ecuador, although parts of Quito and some coastal areas are dangerous.
Specific information is given in the appropriate regional text. Sneak theft is more common, and you should always watch your back and back pockets in busy bus stations, on crowded city buses and in bustling markets.