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5 Tips To Help Make Sure Your Car is Packed and Running Correctly If The Worst Happens

Posted 07/29/2014 2:21 pm by

 
Emergency preparedness is neglected in many homes, but it’s important to ensure that you’re ready for different events. Emergencies can involve anything from being stranded on the road in cold weather to natural disasters requiring immediate evacuation. Here are five tips you can use to make sure you’re ready in case the worst happens.

Keep up with Car Maintenance

 

It doesn’t matter how great your first-aid kit is if your car breaks down because the oil wasn’t changed. Keep up with regular maintenance so that you can count on your car working when you need it the most. This includes changing the oil, checking the battery and contacts, replacing worn windshield wipers, the cabin and engine air filters, having the tires rotated and replacing spark plugs.

Fix the Cars

 

In the event of an emergency, you may need more than one car to get out of town with the entire family, your pets, the possessions most important to you and some basic living supplies. When evacuating for a tornado, it’s impossible to know when the area will be safe to return, so you’ll need to take extra clothes and items along. If you have a broken down car, this is the time to get it fixed.

 

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