Emergency Travel Kit
Driving during a storm can be incredibly stressful if you’re not prepared. Generally speaking, seeking shelter during a storm is best. However, if you must travel during bad weather, having an emergency kit for your car can be very helpful.
Emergency kit contents can vary according to region. Being up to date on the weather in your area will help you decide which of the following items are appropriate for your vehicle emergency storm kit.
Consider including the following:
Water and snacks that have a longer shelf life and that will not perish
Flashlight(s), with extra batteries
Blankets, hats, gloves, and other warm clothes
First Aid Kit
Sand or Cat Litter
Jumper Cables, and/or a self-charging car battery with cables
Cell Phone Charger
A list of Emergency Contact Numbers
If You Must Travel
If you must travel during a storm, consider an emergency storm kit in your vehicle(s). When arriving home, or to your destination, access any water or storm damage. Call SERVPRO Glendora & San Dimas if you discover any moisture damage, or if mold has begun to set in. SERVPRO Glendora & San Dimas specializes in water restoration and mold remediation and is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.