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Ken Such - Safety Chairman
Road trips are probably at a minimum this year but as the holidays approach here are several tips:
Posting your travel plans on social media may increase your chances of getting your house broken into.
It is always good to check the weather along your travel route before your departure.
If your are stopping overnight find a well lite parking spot, remove items from inside your vehicle or lock any items in your trunk.
If you are traveling a scenic route—make sure you have enough fuel since their may not be a fuel station for miles.
Make sure your vehicle is ready for the roadway, check tire pressure and wear and check all fluids.
Be prepared for unexpected situations.
Pack a flashlight, jumper cables, warm blankets, and a first aid kit.
It is always good to charge all your mobile devices before traveling and bring charging cables.
With navigation and map apps on mobile devices are great but you can never go wrong with paper maps to find alternate routes.
Be a defensive driver.
Make a visible check list of the items above plus your own must have items and save them on your computer for future trips.