Vehicle Safety Kit Checklist

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Although Chevy vehicles are expertly designed with safety as a top priority, having a vehicle safety kit in your car can give you added peace of mind. What should be included in your vehicle safety kit? Explore our checklist below!

Our Handy Checklist

  • Jumper cables
  • Road flares
  • Rags
  • Rain poncho
  • Tarp
  • Flashlight (with extra batteries)
  • Duct tape
  • Fire extinguisher
  • Multipurpose tool
  • Water bottles and non-perishable snacks
  • A first aid kit (include bandages, antiseptic, antibiotic ointment, tweezers, cotton balls, gauze pads, and aspirin)

Other Additional Items

There are several other items that may be beneficial to include depending on your driving needs and location.

  • Ice scraper
  • Blankets or other warm clothing items
  • Cat litter (for slick roads)
  • Battery-powered fan
  • Antifreeze/brake fluid (if you have an older vehicle)

How Should I Pack My Vehicle Safety Kit?

There are a few tips to consider when building your vehicle safety kit. First, find a clear plastic container that has a secure lid. Second, make sure everything is arranged neatly. It is best if items are in a single layer for easy access. Third, list all of the items in the kit and attach that list to the lid of the container. Lastly, keep tabs on each item in the kit and replace anything that is used up or expired.

Visit Bowman Chevy Today

Chevy prides itself on producing vehicles with all of the latest safety amenities, but it is a good idea to create a vehicle safety kit for your car in case of any unexpected emergencies. For more information about vehicle safety, contact Bowman Chevy.

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