Wednesday, December 10, 2014

Tips for Safe Holiday Traveling By Car | Junk Car Buyer Atlanta

Christmas brings food, gifts, fun and in many cases lots of traveling. When traveling by car it is important to keep safety and preparation top of mind.  Properly planning ahead can help to ensure that your trip is enjoyable.  Here a few holiday traveling tips that may help you this season…

PLAN FOR THE WEATHER AT YOUR DESTINATION: Sometimes we just pack and prepare based on the weather where we are rather than where you are going.  It is important to check your destination’s forecast for the entire time you will be out of town.  For example, if  you are traveling from Atlanta to Chicago, you may need heavier clothes, a thick coat, an ice scraper for your car and different car oil as well.

RESEARCH ROAD CONSTRUCTION: Find out if there is any major construction that you need to try and avoid.  Major construction can add hours of drive time to your trip so plan ahead. Also have at least one alternate route mapped out as well.

TRAVEL WITH EMERGENCY SUPPLIES: Expect the best but plan for the worst. Bring food, water, blankets, a shovel, a flashlight, spare tire and cash. You never know when any of these things may be needed. Weather can be unpredictable so it is always best to be safe rather than sorry.

We hope these tips help you this busy holiday travel season. If you feel like your car just can’t make another road trip and you want to sell it, call us. We buy junk cars in any condition. Get your free junk car quote today.

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