How to Be Better Prepared for a Roadside Emergency

Taking the time to place a few things in your trunk today will help decrease the chances you're stranded for long with a roadside emergency. Here are some of the items to keep in an emergency bag in your vehicle.

  • Packing an empty gas can is key when you run out of fuel. Instead of being stranded and need fuel and something to carry it in, now anyone can take the can and go get you a gallon of gas to get you moving to the nearest service station safely.
  • Road flares are going to be especially helpful to warn drivers there is a disabled vehicle on the side of the road and they need to slow down and keep clear so that no one is injured when they get too close to the car.

These roadside emergency tips from Hendrick BMW Northlake should help you keep safe when the vehicle becomes disabled.

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