Published: December 21, 2012
Nearly Two-Thirds of Americans Lack Vehicle Winter Emergency Kit, According to CarMax Survey
RICHMOND, Va. - (BUSINESS WIRE) - The holiday travel season is here and a majority of Americans are not
fully prepared for winter weather. According to an online survey
conducted for CarMax,
65 percent of respondents do not have a winter emergency kit in their
CarMax, Inc. (NYSE: KMX), the nation's largest retailer of used
vehicles, recommends all drivers prepare a winter emergency kit for
their vehicle. Creating a kit is a quick and easy way to keep your
family safe during inclement weather while traveling.
"If you have to travel in winter weather, an emergency kit can be a
life-saving tool," said Linda White, location general manager at CarMax
in Midlothian, Va. "Most people already have the suggested items, it's
just a matter of collecting them and putting them in your car."
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