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Safety and Emergency Preparedness — Vehicle Safety

Let's End Impaired Driving

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Let's End Impaired Driving

Let's end impaired driving, it's up to us! Impaired driving is driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, driving while drowsy and or distracted.  In 2016, according to the National Center for Statistics and Analysis 3,450 people were killed due to distracted driving. Hundreds of thousands of others are injured each year because they were texting and driving. Additionally, the statistics show that in 2017 there were 10,874 deaths from drunk driving crashes. Every year almost 500,000 people are injured or killed in traffic accidents as a result of texting and driving. Drivers who use hand-held devices are four...

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Make a Car Emergency Kit

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Make a Car Emergency Kit

It is very easy to make your own car emergency kit but stock kits are readily available. For sure it is better to buy a stock car emergency kit than to not have one at all. So if you have been putting off making your own, just purchase one today for each of your vehicles. It is not necessary to buy the most expensive kit. You can purchase a basic stock kit and supplement the contents to meet your personal needs. BASIC SUPPLIES TO HAVE IN YOUR CAR EMERGENCY KIT: Heavy duty jumper cables Air Compressor or fix-a-flat can Flashlight...

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AAA Executive Car Emergency Kit

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AAA Executive Car Emergency Kit

AAA car emergency kits will save the day if ever needed. It is always best to plan ahead and make sure your vehicles are stocked with essential emergency supplies.

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Preparing for a Road Trip

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Preparing for a Road Trip

Making the effort to do a simple pre-trip inspection can save time, money, aggravation and possibly lives. Follow these 8 tips before you hit the road.

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Preparing Your Vehicle for Winter

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Preparing Your Vehicle for Winter

Driving in the winter means snow, sleet, and ice that can lead to slower traffic, hazardous road conditions, hot tempers and unforeseen dangers. Following the winter and car safety preparedness tips below will help you survive winter safely. WEATHER At any temperature, 20 degrees below zero or 90 degrees above, weather affects road and driving conditions and can pose serious problems. It is important to listen to forecasts on radio, TV, cable weather and local forecasts wherever you may travel. YOUR CARPrepare your car for winter yourself or have the service station help you: Check the ignition, brakes, wiring, hoses...

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