Winter Vehicle Safety Checklist

To prepare for winter weather driving conditions, it’s crucial to equip your vehicle with a variety of survival, safety and maintenance items. Many of these are materials most likely already in your possession, so with a little bit of effort, your vehicle can be stocked up, making a huge impact on your winter vehicle safety.

  Flashlights with extra batteries

  First aid kit with pocket knife

  Extra blankets and sleeping bags

  Matches

 Extra set of mittens, socks and hats

  Rain gear

  Small sack of sand to aid tire traction

  Small shovel 

  Set of tools: pliers, wrench, screwdriver

  Booster cables

  Tire chains or traction mats

  Canned fruit and nuts

  Manual can opener

  Bottled water

What items do you make sure to have in your vehicle when winter starts?

Reference Source: http://www.fema.gov/

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