Having a plan for when something goes wrong with your car will help make any roadside trouble easier to manage. From packing a kit to learning a few skills beforehand, there are ways to make a breakdown less aggravating.

Practice changing a tire on your vehicle so you know exactly what it will entail. Any tools you'll need should go into a kit that includes handy items like a flashlight, jumper cables, a first aid kit, snacks, drinks and batteries. Seasonal items can be exchanged, such as cat litter and antifreeze in the winter or extra water in the summer. Make sure you've got emergency signs or flares to warn passing motorists. If your car does break down, get to a safe spot off the road and keep your doors locked while waiting for assistance.

We'll work with you at Dyer & Dyer Volvo Cars to keep your car current on its maintenance schedule and complete any emergency repair work you need done.



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