What Should Be Inside Your Roadside Emergency Kit?


These are a few of the things you will want to get inside your emergency kit before your next ride.

A flashlight is very helpful for working on the vehicle in the dark or for flagging down potential help. Be sure though that you have some new batteries in the bag too.

Jumper cables can really come in handy if your battery fails because another driver can simply jump-start the car quickly for you and get you rolling again.

A little first aid kit can be used to address smaller injuries until you have the help of professionals.

Tire fix-a-flat is one of those emergency items that can really come in handy. Getting air to lift the tire off the rim will allow you to make your way safely to a gas station for repair.

Here at Stevenson Mazda of Wilmington, we compiled this list to help keep you and your passengers safe.
 
 

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