by Mechanics Direct December 14, 2016

Winter Travel Can Be Very Hazardous.

Why not increase your odds of getting there safely?

Ready.Gov published the following list on how to:

“Make An Emergency Kit For Your Car”

“In case you are stranded, keep a kit of emergency supplies in your car including

  • Jumper cables: might want to include flares or reflective triangle

  • Flashlights: with extra batteries

  • First Aid Kit: remember any necessary medications, baby formula and diapers if you have a small child

  • Food: non-perishable food such as canned food, and protein rich foods like nuts and energy bars

  • Manual can opener

  • Water: at least 1 gallon of water per person a day for at least 3 days

  • Basic toolkit: pliers, wrench, screwdriver

  • Pet supplies: food and water

  • Radio: battery or hand cranked

  • Cat litter or sand: for better tire traction

  • Shovel

  • Ice scraper

  • Clothes: warm clothes, gloves, hat, sturdy boots, jacket and an extra change of clothes for the cold

  • Blankets or sleeping bags

  • Charged Cell Phone: and car charger”

Dear Valued Customers,
After conferring with State and local officials and based on the relatively small number of personal interactions involved in our daily operation we have decided to continue to function and will be open regular hours. We have taken aggressive measures to sanitize surfaces that are prone to human touch and will do so on a continuing basis. In addition we will make certain that as we interface with you at the counter, handle your keys, answer questions and clean your car and take payment we will maintain proper distance and sanitize the touch points in your car. We are committed to your safety and well being and will comply with any restrictions imposed by authorities.

We are here to support all of our clients as best we can for as long as we can. Don't hesitate to call the shop with questions.

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