Keep Your Car's Roadside Emergency Kit Full of the Right Items

The crew working at Raymond Kia have compiled a short list of things you should be keeping in your roadside emergency kit to limit problems off the highway.

Pack a small first-aid kit for being able to deal with minor injuries long enough until help does arrive. Bring a big flashlight and new batteries so you can wave for help at night or use the light to see when your working on the vehicle in the dark. Pack jumper cables in the trunk so your car could be jump-started when the first motorist stops to help.

Fill a small bag with tools to make minor repairs. These tools include wrenches, scissors, pliers, a hammer, a screwdriver, a socket set, a knife, multi-tool, and even a roll of duct tape to patch things up.

Keep up with your maintenance appointments in our service center so we can reduce the chances of you experiencing roadside trouble.

 

 

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