Learning the Easy Way How to Make a Winter Survival Kit

In an effort to ensure our local drivers are safe this winter season, the team at Blue Knob Auto has come up with a few tips for filling a winter survival kit for your vehicle.

Make sure to pack at least one thick blanket in your kit in case the heat breaks or the vehicle dies. Trapped inside with no heat, that blanket could be all the difference in passengers suffering hypothermia until help arrives. Bring a few necessities that will make getting assistance easier. Pack a set of jumper cables, gas can, road flares, and flashlights. All of these can allow a motorist to assist you faster when the temperatures are at dangerous levels.

Fill a bag with a few non-perishable food items. When the vehicle is stranded and passengers are getting hungry, things like cookies, granola bars, chips, peanut butter, and crackers, can make getting through a bad situation easier.



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