Many motorists in Dallas rely on roadside assistance if their vehicle breaks down. However, what if you're stuck on the side of the road with a poor cellular signal? It can help if you have a roadside emergency kit. You can customize a roadside emergency kit to meet the needs of your vehicle and the area where you live, or you can purchase one from a retailer on the internet.

What should you put in your roadside emergency kit? Basic kits usually include jumper cables, a set of tools, a quart of motor oil, and coolant. Blankets, hand warmers, and an ice scraper are useful if you reside in an area with ice and snow. You can also include bottled water and granola bars or other non-perishable snacks.

You can use a plastic container, cardboard box, or backpack to store your items. If you keep your kit in the trunk, be sure it's stored in a spot that's easily accessible.


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