Avoid Overexertion: Shoveling snow or pushing your car takes a lot of effort in storm conditions.
Snow can plug your vehicle's exhaust system and cause deadly carbon monoxide gas to enter your car.
Our Toyota dealership in Central Florida is here to help!We sat down with both sales specialists and Toyota technicians to get this info for you , and we came up with a list of supplies that we recommend keeping in a kit in the back of your ride just in case.


You can buy a duffel bag or Tupperware to store them, or even keep them in the under-floor storage compartment that some of our new Toyota offer in the cargo area.
You never know when you might need it, and you should also think about keeping some emergency torches or reflectors back there in case you get into an accident at night and want to alert other drivers to your presence on the side of the road. Disposable camera: A disposable camera will help you document an accident and the damage done to your new Orlando Toyota, so throw one in the kit next time you stop by the drug store!


Cash: Storing some cash in your emergency car kit - about $20 worth of small bills and change - could come in handy in an emergency (or if you just need change to vacuum your Orlando Toyota out).



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