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  1. Maintaining your vehicle is imperative to staying safe no matter where you’re driving, but especially during the icy holidays. I got new tires last year but I really need to have my brakes looked at this year.

  2. gosh you’ve made me realize how little I have in my car if something happened. I have a blanket and extra gloves, hats, extra but that’s about it. I really need to pack more and be more aware. This list is awesome!
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  3. Really amazing tips! I don’t drive but will make sure to keep these in mind when I do. And I will definitely share to friends and family who are in the same situation as yours. Thank you!

  4. Reesa Lewandowski

    Honestly, Sam’s is my go to for car care, I got a great deal on some really amazing tires there. Thanks for these tips. I am never prepared, so I need to do these things!

  5. This hit home reading this. I have a friend in ICU right now after being hit by a DUI. Too many people rushing because they don’t leave enough time, not having a DD, or just not paying attention to the roads.
    I’m looking forward to the day when driving is fully automated because too many people are getting injured/killed.
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  6. Krystle Cook

    Totally better to be safe than to risk an accident over something that could have been avoided. We always double check everything before getting on the road.

  7. These are some great tips for staying safe when traveling. Luckily I won’t have to travel through any snow this year!! I have also heard how Sams offers the best deal on tires from some people I work with and tires are of major importance when you live somewhere that can have bad road conditions!!
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  8. My tips for staying warm? Stay inside. Haha.

    Actually, my one tip is to layer and layer and walk with extras, Just in case the car breaks down, I have blankets and multiple long johns to put on if anything happens.

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