The end of the school year is the official start of road trip season for many people. Longer days and lighter schedules make summer an ideal time to travel. Before hitting the highway for your next adventure, take some time to review car fire and travel safety tips. Prevention and planning can spare you from a breakdown or an accident. Here are some basic safety tips from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) to help you be road ready this summer.
How to Prepare for Your Summer Road Trip
What to Do if Your Car Catches Fire
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Eureka Fire Protection District is an EMS, Fire, and Rescue service provider located in Eureka, Missouri. Staffed with nearly one hundred volunteer and career Paramedics, EMTs, Firefighters, Junior Firefighters, and administrative teams, the department provides its local community with fire prevention, education, safety resources, and emergency relief. Eureka Fire Protection District maintains a reputation as a well-run, high-performing fire department by keeping up to date with the latest in life-saving training and technology.