How to Handle a Roadside Emergency Calmly and Effectively

A roadside emergency can strike any time on the highway, so it is always better to be informed than to be left stranded in a potentially dangerous situation.

In the event another driver pulls over to help, stay in your locked car and tell them through the cracked window help is already on the way if they want to follow-up with a call.

Never leave a disabled car in a driving lane. If the car can start, move it to a shoulder or a grassy section to avoid a collision with oncoming traffic.

Don't stop immediately after a blowout because the car could still be in a driving lane. It is fine to drive a short distance on the rim.

At Sutton Lincoln, we hope these safety tips will allow you to get the help you need in a timely manner if ever stuck on the side of the highway.
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