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Stay Safe This Holiday Season

STAY SAFE this HOLIDAY SEASON SHOPPING SAFETY Park in well-lit areas and avoid parking next to vans, trucks, or cars with tinted windows. Stay alert to your surroundings in the store and walking to your car. Never leave your car Do not leave packages on the seats of your unoccupied with the motor running. car-hide them under seats or in the trunk. Properly tie down large items, such as Christmas trees, to prevent Only carry as much cash as you need. accidents on the road. CHILD SAFETY Teach children their full name, address, and telephone number to give to police officers or mall security if they are lost. Never leave your children alone inside your car. Children should never be allowed to go to the restroom or car alone. Teach children to immediately inform you if a stranger is bothering them. HOME SAFETY Nearly 400,000 home burglaries occur in Large displays of holiday gifts should not be visible through the windows or doors of your home. November and December in the U.S. If you use lights on your Christmas tree, ensure Leave a radio or television on when you leave so the the wiring is not damaged or frayed. house looks and sounds occupied. Frayed or damaged wiring can cause a fire. Lock your doors and windows at all times. PARTY SAFETY During the holiday season, about 40% of fatal accidents involve Have non-alcoholic beverages available for party guests. drunk driving. Arrange for an official designated driver for your party who will not drink at all. Offer alternative transportation options for intoxicated guests. Have something to eat before consuming alcoholic beverages. Eat high-protein foods that will stay in your stomach longer and slow the absorption of alcohol into your system. Never drink and drive. TRAVEL SAFETY During the holiday season, nearly 28,000 Americans are seriously injured in car accidents. Before going on a road trip, check your car's tire pressure, fluids, lights, and brake system, and be sure to have a first aid kit in case of emergency. Keep all car doors locked and windows closed while in or out of your car. Always use seatbelts and ensure children are in the back seat with the proper restraints. Stay fresh and alert while behind the wheel. Keep a safe driving distance at all times. PROVIDED BY : aMichae Js BODY SHOP WWW.AUTOBODYREPAIRSANJOSE.COM SOURCES :

Stay Safe This Holiday Season

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Are you hosting a holiday party this season? Have plenty of non-alcohol beverages available for party guests. You should also offer alternative transportation options for intoxicated guests. Discover ...


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