Roadside Emergency Kits Should be Packed This Way

You have options. One of those options is to travel prepared, and you can do this by assembling a roadside emergency kit before heading out on an adventure. Here are a few key items that should be packed in your homemade roadside emergency kit.

Jumper cables make it easy for any other motorist to help start your vehicle. You should check your spare tire and jack are in working order, then pack a few cans of tire fix-a-flat in the roadside emergency kit so you have the chance to safely move the car off the road before changing a tire. Road flares will help to alert other drivers your vehicle is disabled and should be dropped a hundred feet up the road from your vehicle to allow these drivers to safely slow down. Flashlights are going to make life easier if you are stuck on the side of the road at night. The flashlight can also be used to flag down motorists for help.

To ensure you never need to use your homemade roadside emergency kit, keep up maintenance appointments at our Harrisburg service center throughout the year.

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