PRACTICAL SURVIVAL SKILLS - HOLIDAY ROAD TRIP TRAVEL TIPS - PART II


Heading over the hills and through the woods for the holidays? We’ve got you covered with our second day of Road Trip Travel Tips! If you still haven’t listened to Risk Mitigation Team experts Laura and Stacy sharing their very best tips for safe, smooth, and sane holiday travel, stop what you are doing and click here to listen to their podcast now. Next, engage in the following practical risk mitigation activities to ensure your comfort and safety on the road:


Outfit Your Car for the Road

Be prepared for any eventuality by packing these essentials for everyone on your Holiday Road Trip adventure:

  • An Emergency Vehicle Bag that contains all of the tools you need to ensure that your vehicle is prepared to reach your destination and keep occupants safe, regardless of breakdown or malfunction. Visit www.lsds.us/products to learn more about our custom-built LSDS Vehicle Bags.

  • A Travel Trauma Kit that contains all of the supplies you need to provide expedient first aid on the road in the event that medical care is interrupted or delayed. Visit www.lsds.us/products to learn more about our custom-built LSDS Travel Trauma Kits.

  • Car chargers for each cell phone in your vehicle.

  • Snacks, water, and non-perishable food items (replace these at the end of your trip if you snack along the road!

  • Warm blankets, coats, gloves, waterproof shoes, and hats.

  • Jumper cables, flares, and functioning flashlights (replace the batteries before you hit the road and bring extra for good measure).

  • Pet supplies for four-legged family members.

  • Extra masks . . . lots of extra masks.

Check back tomorrow for more Holiday Road Trip Travel tips! Whether your plans involve a travel adventure or a holiday hang at home, we’ve got you covered from start to finish. Visit www.lsds.us to learn more about what LSDS can provide for you.


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