How to Correctly Prepare a Roadside Emergency Kit


These are a few of the items you should be packing in your roadside emergency kit before heading out.

Keeping an empty gas can and jumper cables will have you prepared and allow others to offer help more easily when they arrive on the scene.

Extra fluids like motor oil and engine coolant could help to get the car running again the they are low.

Tire fix-a-flat could get a car with one or more flat tires off the side of the road and to the nearest gas station where the issue with the tires can be addressed.

Flashlights and new batteries can make all the difference when you are stuck in the dark and either need to wave down help or you need to see in order to make repairs.

Our team at Stevenson Mazda of Jacksonville offers you this guide to ensure you are safe even if your car is disabled.
 
 
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