Top 10 Items in a Winter Car Emergency Safety Kit

A car driving on snow

What’s in a Winter Safety Kit?

As the cold weather of winter approaches, you’ll want to be ready for the dangers and emergencies on the road that can come with it. During the winter months, driving is more dangerous because of the cold temperatures and the more frequent breakdowns you can encounter. If you want to be ready for anything this winter, you’ll want to make sure you have a winter car emergency safety kit in your vehicle. What’s in a winter safety kit? Keep reading to find out more and what you can do to stay safe in the event of an emergency or vehicle breakdown this winter.

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10 Things You Want in a Winter Emergency Safety Kit

The key to staying safe during a winter breakdown or emergency is to be prepared and ready for anything. This winter, you can drive with confidence knowing that you’ll be ready for whatever happens if you have a winter car emergency safety kit in your vehicle. Below, you’ll find a list of ten items you should have in your vehicle that are included in your emergency kit.

  1. First-aid kit
  2. Road flares
  3. Ice scraper
  4. Food and water
  5. Blankets, gloves and hats
  6. Winter boots
  7. Cell phone charger
  8. Flashlight and batteries
  9. Tool kit shovel
  10. Lighter and matches

By having all of these items, and any others that you think you may need in your winter car emergency safety kit, you’ll be prepared for a vehicle breakdown. Before winter arrives, be sure to put together your winter safety and place it in your vehicle, so you can be ready for whatever the cold weather throws at you. If you have any questions, please contact us at Jack Carter Chevrolet Buick GMC and we’ll be happy to help you in any way we can. Be prepared and don’t get left out in the cold this winter.

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