Navigate the Chill: Your Guide to Winter Driving Safety

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Does your company consider the use of vehicles in their health and safety plan?

Preparing for winter is crucial, especially when traveling. Noone expects to breakdown. It’s stressful enough, so make sure you have the right gear.

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This checklist of essential items will help keep you and your staff safe in a breakdown during the colder months:

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Emergency Kit


A first-aid kit, tissues, a multi-tool, and a torch.

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Warm Clothing and Blankets


Pack extra layers, gloves, hats, and blankets to keep warm in case you’re stranded for an extended period.

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Food and Water


Store non-perishable food items like energy bars, lollies, nuts, and dried fruits, along with water in case you’re stuck for a while.

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Carry a fully charged mobile phone and a portable charger. Consider a GPS locator beacon if you are travelling in remote areas.

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Ice Scraper


Keep your windshield clear.

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Tow Straps and Jumper Cables


Include tow straps or chains and jumper cables in case you need help from another vehicle.

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Make your vehicle more visible to passing motorists and emergency responders, especially in low visibility conditions.

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Emergency Contact Information


Note down important phone numbers, including breakdown services, emergency contacts, and your insurance provider, in case your phone loses power or signal.


Regularly check your vehicle’s condition, including the tyres, brakes, lights, and fluid levels. Being prepared can make all the difference in staying safe during winter travel.

So, navigate the chill this winter with your guide to winter driving safety.


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