Most teen drivers can’t wait for the ultimate freedom of being able to drive. While it’s an exciting time in their life, many parents can feel hesitant about sending them off on their own. One way to help make sure they are safe is by keeping their vehicle stocked with all of the necessary supplies for when something should go wrong. We break down the 3 items we think all teen drivers need to have in their car below.
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The 3 Items All Teen Drivers Need In Their Car
Portable Phone Charger
While a traditional phone charging cable does come in handy on the road, a portable phone charger is preferred in case the car’s power is lost and is not able to charge a phone. Having a charged phone to make calls in case of an accident or emergency is an essential piece of safe car travel for teens.
Roadside Emergency Kit
Having a fully-stocked roadside emergency kit is a good idea for all drivers, not just teens! We like to keep ours stocked with anything we might need in the case of an emergency or unexpected roadside stranding including water, non-perishable snacks, extra cold-weather gear, a flashlight, emergency phone numbers, jumper cables, tire-changing supplies, and a first aid kit.
Like with the roadside emergency kit, this one’s a good idea for all drivers but especially for teens who are just learning about how their vehicle operates. Keeping an owner’s manual tucked in the glove compartment keeps essential vehicle information at arms reach for minor annoyances like windshield wipers that won’t turn off or larger problems like a popped tire.
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