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Be Responsible, Be Safe!

As we head into the holiday season, families & friends are likely to gather in their home for celebrations. Making sure you are safe to drive after "cheers" is an important component to celebrations. Better safe than sorry! Single-use breathalyzer device tests for the presence of alcohol. A testing product is ideal for zero-tolerance environments and perfect for on-the-go testing. What else should be in your in a pocket, purse, or glove compartment?

  • Multi-function tools are handy to have in your vehicle.

  • Magnetic change trays keep you from rooting around for change or loose parts.

  • Phone holders to use for navigation but keep your hands off while operating your vehicle.

  • Dipping tray holders for your sauce packs keep your eyes on the road.

  • Roadside safety kits with quality high beam flashlights.

What types of items should you keep in your vehicle for safe travels? Your kit should fit your lifestyle, family and age of your vehicle. Here's a list of suggestions to get you started building your perfect safety kit.

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