How to Prepare Safely for a Roadside Emergency


Accidents happen all the time, regardless of your driving experience or condition of car, so preparation is the key. Knowing what to do in an emergency can be crucial.

Never assume that a car pulling over means help, stay in your car with doors locked and communicate through the cracked window that help is coming but could they call as a follow-up.
Don't leave your disabled car in the middle of a driving lane, if it starts, get to the shoulder or grassy location out of harm's way.
Place road flares a considerable way down the road from your vehicle so that oncoming traffic has plenty of time to slow down.
In case of a blowout, ride on the rim until the car is off the highway and you can work on it safely.

The team at Superior Kia of Fayetteville prepared these tips to keep you and your family safer on the highways.
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