Here is a safety checklist to help with your next road trip.

  • Plan out ideal locations to stop if you have multiple people scheduled to drive. You will need planned places to stop, so you can swap places, get food, and take a bathroom break.
  • Assemble an emergency kit and add items that can help during an emergency. These include blankets, a tool kit, bottled water, nonperishable snacks, flashlights, jumper cables, road flares, and playing cards.
  • When traveling with kids, you can keep them calmer and occupied with books, tablets, small toys, healthy snacks, juice boxes, and more.
  • Carry a hands-free headset or have someone else answer your calls or texts to reduce the chance of an accident.
  • One of the most significant steps to take before hitting the road is getting an inspection by a professional. This thorough review will ensure your parts are in working order before leaving.
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