During the winter months, the driving conditions are often more dangerous. This can increase your risk of being involved in an auto accident, or being stranded in your vehicle. It is wise to have each of your vehicles stocked with an emergency kit full of supplies such as a first-aid kit, food and water, flares, flashlights, jumper cables, hats, gloves, blankets, road salt, and more. Having a kit like this can help to keep you safe until help arrives. We hope that you will not have to use the your roadside emergency kit, but it is vital to have one just in case you need it! For more detailed information on what to put in your roadside emergency kit, click here to read an article from Brotherhood Mutual on how to prepare for a roadside emergency.

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Further Reading

How to Deal With Road Rage

Have you ever noticed that, with roadway anger, it's always the other guy's fault? And, it very well could be. The thing is, you can't control how...

Read more

Tips for Buying a Safe Car

You've heard all the talk about driverless cars — but unfortunately, we're still years away from living in a world where you just tell your car...

Read more