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Just Mike

Concern for your winter driving

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I try to always keep things in my RAM 1500 to be ready to help others, like 3 flashlights, very large tool kit, tow strap, jumper cables, Ice scraper, and a shovel, sleeping bag, small bath towel. But I read this today in the AAA Midwest Traveler and thought even I needed to add a few things. So I hope this might help others as well, and keep you safer.

 

Here is the AAA list they suggest.

 

1. Jumper cables.

2. First Aid Kit.

3. Flashlight with extra batteries.

4. Warning devices ( flares or triangles

5. Drinking water.

6. Basic Tool kit ( screw drivers, pliers, wrench.

7. Window washer solvent.

8. Cloth or paper towel roll.

9. A bag of abrasive material for traction (sand or salt)

10. Snow shovel.

11. Ice scraper.

12. Blankets, and warm clothing.

 

I found a couple of things I should add. If you live in an area where its rural, or travel on roads where there is not much traffic, if you brake down your life could depend on being as I was taught in Boy Scouts "BE PREPARED".

 

If your are traveling over Christmas or New Years its not too late to make your winter safety bundle. You might never know when you might need these things or be able to help someone else.

 

Safe driving, and enjoy a safe comfortable Christmas and New Years.

 

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A can of Streno and a lighter. And whatch out for deer, they seem to run in the more in the winter.

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A can of Streno and a lighter. And whatch out for deer, they seem to run in the more in the winter.

 

Thanks for your additional post.

 

Today its -8 at our house, burr that's cold.

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Thanks for your additional post.

 

Today its -8 at our house, burr that's cold.

 

It sounds like a good day to stay inside and drink coffee. Lol. Down in Mississippi our winters are like fall, one day we'll have the windows open the next we have the heat on. The coldest it gets is usually around 18.

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