Roadside Emergency Kit | 24 Protect Plus


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Roadside Emergency Kit | 24 Protect Plus

  1. 1. On Road Safety – Be Prepared at all Times<br />Tips from 24 Protect Plus to assemble <br />a roadside emergency kit<br />
  2. 2. Road Safety<br />Safety should be the biggest concern when taking a road trip irrespective of whether you are <br />Taking a backpacking trip on a motorcycle or<br />Packing the kids in a minivan and going for a vacation<br />Reported statistics reveal that there is a rise in the number of road accidents<br />Often the difference between life and death is the time between the accident and the arrival of the paramedics<br />
  3. 3. Roadside Emergency Kit – Lifeline in Case of a Mishap<br />24 Protect Plus tells you how you can assemble a comprehensive emergency kit<br />
  4. 4. First Aid<br />The most basic aspect of putting an emergency kit together is to include a first aid box<br />The first aid kit should contain<br />Antiseptic<br />Disposable bandages<br />Ace bandages<br />Burn cream<br />A pair of scissors<br />Over-the-counter pain medicine<br />Any prescription medicine that you many have been asked to take<br />
  5. 5. Mobile Charger<br />Cell phones can prove to be the most important tool in an emergency situation<br />Keep a spare mobile battery in your emergency kit<br />Also install a mobile charger in your car (if it is not already fitted with one) so that you are never out of battery power<br />A mobile charger can be installed in the cigarette lighter slot of the car<br />
  6. 6. Flashlights<br />Another necessary item is the flashlight, something that you need to have even if you are travelling only during the daytime<br />24 protect Plus suggests that you keep a flashlight that has a battery that gets charged on winding<br />Such a battery will never die on you ensuring that you do not get into panic zone <br />
  7. 7. Other Essentials<br />Sanitizer <br />Just throw in a couple of bottles of sanitizer and a few packets of wet wipes<br />This will come in handy if you have a break down and have to get down on your hands and knees<br />Food and Water <br />Also add a few bottles of drinking water and some non perishable food items in the emergency kit<br />These supplies can sustain you and your family for a while till help comes in<br />
  8. 8. Remain Calm in a Roadside Emergency and Think with a Clear Mind<br />24 Protect Plus knows that if you are prepared, it is easy to stay calm and think of a solution<br />