What’s in a Winter Car Emergency Safety Kit?

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Winter Safety Kit

Emergencies and vehicle breakdowns can happen to anyone at any time, and if you don’t want to get left out in the cold this winter unprepared, you’ll want to keep reading to learn more about what’s in a winter car emergency safety kit. A winter safety kit can help you be prepared for whatever winter weather can throw at you and even help you get back on the road safely. Keep reading to learn more about what’s in a winter car emergency safety kit and what you need to put together your own.

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12 Items to Include in Your Winter Emergency Safety Kit

Whether you’re driving during the daylight hours on a sunny day or snowy night, be ready for anything that may happen to you and your vehicle while on the road with a winter car emergency safety kit. Below, you’ll find some of the most important items you should include when putting together your winter safety kit.

  1. Ice scraper
  2. First-aid kit
  3. Food and water
  4. Jumper cables
  5. Blankets, gloves and hats
  6. Winter boots
  7. Road flares
  8. Cellphone charger
  9. Flashlight and batteries
  10. Lighter and matches
  11. Portable shovel
  12. Tool kit

By having all these items and any others that you think you may need in the event of an emergency or vehicle breakdown, you’ll be prepared for whatever may happen to you while driving. You don’t have to limit your winter car emergency safety kit to just these items. If you need to add more, feel free to do so as they may someday help you get out of a bad situation. To learn more about a winter emergency kit, please visit Terra Nova Buick GMC to speak with one of our service professionals. Don’t let winter mess with you, be prepared and ready for anything.

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