There are hurricane preparedness checklists, back-to-school checklists, and honey-do checklists, but do you know what should be on your emergency roadside safety checklist? We've compiled a list of items you need in your kit so you're prepared for any potential roadside emergencies.
Set aside a box or a backpack with the following items to keep in your car at all times. You'll be prepared for any road trip incidents!
Make sure your vehicle is always prepared for the unexpected. Call 407-322-8415 to make an appointment with us. We will treat your vehicle as if it was our own.
By Lloyd L. Beverly, ASE Master Technician – Certified L1 & A9
Going on an extended trip for a couple weeks or longer and not taking your vehicle? If so, here are some tips that will keep your vehicle in great shape while you are gone.
When you are ready to start driving again, remove the smart battery charger and check under the hood for any evidence of rodents. Check your tire pressures and look under the vehicle for any leak evidence. Then check the fluid levels. Next, test the brakes in your driveway and take a short test-drive around your neighborhood to make sure everything is working correctly. If something is amiss, get it evaluated and repaired as soon as possible.
Need your car checked out before or after your vacation?