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ROAD SAFETY TIPS FOR MUSICIANS ON TOUR Road CasessA BROUGHT TO YOU BY: Touring musicians often have multi-city obligations. safely and on-time is what builds a band's credibility with venue management. Here are a few road safety tips for musicians on tour. cities ability to arrive PACK SMART This is one we know A LOT about at Road Cases. A poorly packed guitar or speaker can become a lethal weapon inside a tour bus that stops short. Now imagine what might happen when that same tour bus is involved in an accident with glass and gear flying everywhere. Road Cases provides custom cases for amps, keyboards, heads, mixers, lighting equipment, speakers, Plasma LCD monitors, cables and a variety of other equipment that should be secured safely. Available @ VEHICLE SAFETY Always check the following before rolling out. It's also smart to check periodically while touring: M All fluid levels M Tires - Check for wear and tire-pressure, check lug nuts M Brakes and brake lines Glass - any spidering should be repaired immediately M Wipers Change Oil if necessary STEER CLEAR OF ALCOHOL AND DRUGS This goes without saying. Your driver should be sober. He may be a Rock Star, but if he partied like one the night before, it's time for someone else to jump behind the wheel. It's that simple. Drunk Driving Facts Almost every 90 seconds, a person in America is injured 1 in a drunk driving crash On average, one in three people will be involved in a drunk driving crash in their lifetime Every day in America, another 28 people die as a result of drunk driving crashes Statistics sourced from KEEP YOUR EYE ON THE WEATHER Keep your eye on the weather report, not just where you are, but the weather where you're going. Make smart decisions, and leave plenty of time for delays. HOW TIRED IS TOO TIRED? Driver fatigue is not uncommon. It's best to rest after a show and get off to a fresh start in the morning. Know your limits and don't put yourself and fellow motorists in danger. REST AREA 1 MILE IN CASE OF EMERGENCY Road Side Assistance is usually offered by your Auto Insurance Company, or through a service provider such as AAA, and is a low-cost investment you'll be glad you made in the event of an emergency. Help is never more than a phone call away – whether you have a flat tire, have run out of gas, or need to be towed to a nearby mechanic or service station. In addition to Road Side Assistance, your emergency preparedness kit should include the following: Cell phone (should be charged at all times) First Aid Kit Warm Blankets Sealed Water Bottles Flashlights (batteries included) Jumper Cables Reflective Triangles or Road Flares Road Cases USA has been manufacturing and supplying stock and custom cases in a variety of styles & colors for 35 years from our factory on Long Island New York. We offer hundreds of stock items including guitar cases, amp cases, DJ Cases, keyboard cases, drum cases, mixer cases and more. BROUGHT TO YOU BY: Road Cases Made in the USA Shop Online @

Road Safety Tips Infographic

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Out of all the elements that fuel touring musicians and drive them forward, fans are the most important. And to get to your fans you’ll need to navigate everything from the most remote countryside s...






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