Essential Guide to Road Trip Safety this Summer

Nothing can spoil a road trip worse than being stranded on the side of the road with a broken down car while the clock is ticking on your vacation. Instead of sitting on a highway waiting for help, here are some safety tips for having the safest possible time on the road.

Bring a tire gauge and keep in handy because you want to check the tire pressure each time you stop to get fuel along the trip.

By placing a set of jumper cables in the trunk, you are going to get fast help from anyone who pulls over to aid you with a dead battery.

Keeping a gallon of engine coolant in the trunk will allow you to get back on the road quickly if the car engine does decide to overheat.

Keep in mind you should come over to the service center for a pre-road-trip check-up too.
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