Emergency kits are a must-have!
Many of us many not plan for the unexpected when it comes to our cars, so I thought this blog post would be handy for the average person. When you’re behind the wheel, you could experience a flat tire, engine failure or many other car issues. In these cases, it’s important to have an emergency kit handy when you’re stuck on the road – especially if you’re taking a road trip this summer!
A car emergency kit should contain:
- A first aid kit
- Flashlights and extra batteries
- Warm blankets
- Bottled water
- Emergency flares, warning lights and reflective warning signs
- An emergency cell phone battery charger
- Candles and matches
- Fire extinguisher
- Emergency tire sealant to fix punctures
Be prepared for the unexpected and keep an emergency kit in your car. You’ll be thankful that you’re prepared if an emergency occurs!
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