Twenty-three percent of all vehicle crashes are weather-related. Of those, 74 percent occur on wet pavement, and 46 percent happen during rainfall. You can make a few simple adjustments to make sure that you are a safer driver in the rain.

Preparation doesn’t stop when you’re behind the wheel. Put together a car emergency kit now, and pat yourself on the back later.

The contents of the kit are customizable based on how, where and when you drive. Consider the weather, road conditions and your behavior, and use our guide to assemble your emergency essentials.

  • First aid supplies: Your mom was right, you’ll be glad you have this someday.

Is your tire blown?

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Incorrect tire pressure is the leading cause of tire failure, posing a major safety risk for serious accidents.

Under- and over-inflation also decrease tire durability and fuel economy.

Check your tire pressure seasonally and before any road trip using these simple steps.