Topic: Proper Preparation is the Best Prevention to Keep From Getting Lost or Stranded in Your SUV
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The well known saying that "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure" should be your motto when getting ready to venture out in your sports utility vehicle. Because the consequences of getting lost or stranded off the road, particularly during the winter months, are so severe, we suggest you meticulously think through your trip. Over prepare if you need to to assure that the things that are under your control do not lead to disaster during your trip.

Start with your vehicle itself. Ask your service representative to completely check it out for an off road trip. During the winter months, assure that it is always in top condition so that you do not become stranded in blizzard conditions.

Visit our extensive coverage of preparing your sports utility vehicle for off road travel if you have not already done so.

Note: Always tell someone where you are going and when you expect to be back. No one will come looking for you if you are not missing.
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