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put them in your checked baggage to keep the hazards out of the passenger areaI don't know how Amtrak feels, but the airlines require you to keep permitted potential fire hazards (e.g., lithium batteries, matches) in the passenger compartment and not in the baggage compartment. I think the theory is that a fire is more easily handled in the passenger compartment.
Can you fly synthetic lubricant such as Finish Line (2 0z) in checked luggage? I am flying to Canada.Technically, probably not. But I do it all the time.