3 Emergency Supplies to Keep in Your Vehicle
As the winter season approaches, we’ll soon start seeing snow and ice on the road. While no one likes to think about the possibility of being involved in an accident or finding themselves stuck on ice or in a snowbank, an accident can occur at any point in time. Be sure to add these three essential emergency supplies into your vehicle before you hit the road this winter.
● A charged cell phone bank. Breaking down on the road is already a stressful situation, and it's only made worse if your phone battery is dead or dying. Keep a charged cell phone power bank in your vehicle and use it to call for help or roadside assistance — provided you are in a safe position to do so. Once you’re safely home again, call for collision or dent repair in Levittown, PA.
● A bag of cat litter. Cat litter (or sand) can help your vehicle gain traction behind its wheels if you veer off the road into a snowbank. Simply sprinkle a bit of sand or litter behind your wheels to help combat the slippery ice your car is set on.
● Flares. Having a few flairs can help alert other drivers to your position on the road if you veer off. Reflective flairs will also tell drivers to keep a safe distance away from your vehicle if you need to pull over to the side of the road.
Even the most careful driver can suffer a collision or slide off the road during the harsh winter season. In the event of an accident, contact Peruzzi Collision Center and schedule your collision repair in Levittown, PA as soon as possible. Even if it seems like your vehicle is fine, you could have underlying damage that makes your car unsafe to drive. Give our team a call today at 215-375-7929 or pay us a visit online at https://www.peruzzicollisioncenter.com/ to learn more and book your appointment.