What should I do if my car breaks down?
Because of the cold, winter breakdowns can be deadly, especially when traveling in remote areas. Consider carrying extra warm clothes, blankets or a sleeping bag, matches and a two-way radio or cell phone. A Flashlight or other form of signal light is always recommended, even in ideal conditions. Carrying non-perishable foods and water is also a good idea.
We would like to thank you for viewing all 4 parts of our Winter Driving Tips series. We hope you have found the information useful. Have a wonderful end to 2012 and enjoy the holiday celebrations!
Winter Driving Tips - Part 1
Winter Driving Tips - Part 2
Winter Driving Tips - Part 3
Winter Driving Tips - Part 4
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