Fun fact: your glove box was not made for makeup, diapers or snacks.
You don’t want to be in a situation where you open your glove box hoping to find something useful and don’t find what you need.
So before you pull out of your driveway, make sure your glove box is not without the following items:
Vehicle Registration & Insurance Info
This is useful and needed if you get pulled over. The officer will ask for these two proofs. It’s best to always keep them handy in your glove box so you have them readily available.
You’ll also need this if you get into an accident. Make sure you’re keeping the current and updated registration and insurance in your glove box. Throw away any old ones so you don’t get confused.
What should you do if an engine light comes on? How would you identify the problem if you find a leak in your car? How do you speed up your car’s windshield wipers? How far can you travel after your car signals it’s low on gas? You will find all these answers and more in your car’s owner manual. Keep it handy in your car’s glove box so you don’t feel clueless the next time you need to troubleshoot.
If you want to stay on top of your car maintenance, then keep your maintenance checklist handy in your glove box. It will prevent you from lagging behind. Not only that, it will help you avoid expensive damage repairs down the road!
Make sure your car’s glove box is not overfilled with unnecessary items! We tend to clutter the glove box until it ends up looking like a junk holding tank. Make sure your glove compartment is properly organized so you can find what you need when you need it.
Do you keep these handy in your glove box?
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