Is Your Emergency Roadside Safety Kit Ready and Call Roadway Towing if you Need Help
You should always be ready for any roadside emergency. One of the things you should have in case of a roadside emergency is to have an emergency roadside kit. This is a good practice since you never know what area and what time of the day your car will break down on you. While this is a great thing to have in your car, what should be in a roadside emergency kit?
There are many different things you can include in your emergency roadside kit. The most important thing to keep in mind is to make sure the kit make sense for the type of weather that is outside, have multiple emergency kits, and add things that are going to make sense for your specific needs.
Here are some things that you can add to your emergency roadside kit.
- First aid kit
- Bottled water
- Nonperishable food
- Reflective Vest
- Cell phone charger
- Flashlight and extra batteries
- Jumper cables
- Spare tire
- Flares or triangle reflectors
- Ice scraper
- Paper, pen, or pencil
- Multipurpose tool
- Fire extinguisher
- Duct tape
- Tire pressure gauge
- A tire inflator or can of tire inflator
- Motor oil
- Cat litter for icy roads
By carrying these items, it will help ensure that your car is safe and that you are also safe until someone is able to help you. It can be scary having your car break down but being prepared is the best approach to making the situation more bearable. Call today if you breakdown and we will get their fast.
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