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Drivers Need to Stock up and Prepare Their Vehicles for Winter

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LAST WINTER [2013-2014] SHOWED AMERICANS THAT SEVERE, WINTRY WEATHER CAN ARRIVE EARLY, END LATER, AND HIT UNSUSPECTING AREAS OF THE COUNTRY.  THAT MEANS HEAVY SNOW, DANGEROUS ICE, AND ROUGH DRIVING-CONDITIONS THAT CAN SPELL DANGER FOR THE UNPREPARED MOTORIST.  ACCORDING TO "STATE FARM", SEVERE WEATHER CAN MEAN UNFORESEEN TIME STUCK IN A CAR, ON THE SIDE OF THE ROAD.  THAT'S WHY IT ENCOURAGES ALL DRIVERS TO BE PREPARED FOR EMERGENCIES--INCLUDING BY MAKING SURE THAT THEIR SPARE-TIRE IS READY FOR THE ROAD.  IT'S ALSO A GOOD IDEA TO KEEP EXTRA BLANKETS OR HEAVY CLOTHES IN A VEHICLE, FOR WARMTH.  OTHER GOOD EMERGENCY-ITEMS INCLUDE: A FIRST-AID KIT, JUMPER-CABLES, BOTTLED WATER, NON-PERISHABLE FOOD, A FLASHLIGHT WITH FRESH BATTERIES, AND A CELL-PHONE WITH A CHARGER.  FOR MORE WINTER-SAFETY TIPS, VISIT "STATE-FARM"-DOT-COM.


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