Tips for Handling a Roadside Emergency Easily

Planning today for a potential roadside emergency is not only smart, it can help you avoid being in a dangerous situation. Here are a few things to consider.

  • Make sure you have a good spare tire in your trunk. Now check there is a tire iron and a working jack in the car. Pack a couple cans of the fix-a-flat and you'll be in a better position to get your disabled car to the nearest service station.
  • Never leave the house without making sure you have a small toolbox in the trunk with emergency essentials. Things like flashlights, batteries, duct tape, tools, blankets, snacks, water, and road flares, all useful if stuck off the side of the road.
  • Be sure you set off any road flares far up the road from where the car is disabled.

Hopefully these roadside emergency tips offered to you by DCH Honda of Mission Valley help keep you safe during your travels.

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