Every traveller should know that having a first aid kit on hand in the face of an emergency isn't just a good idea—it's a necessity.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) April 10, 2014
It’s wise to be prepared for any possible emergency. Especially during an RV trip, safety precautions are a must. Kirkland RV recently released an article detailing the 20 most important first aid items that any RVing family should keep in their first aid kit.
Among the recommended items are bandages, antiseptic wipes, antibiotic ointment, a cold press, thermometer, scissors, and a flashlight. The entire list will prepare any RVing family for the risks and hazards of travel.
The article wisely recommends that asthmatics keep an extra inhaler in the kit and that allergy prone individuals add an epipen to the bag. It’s also advisable to keep copies of insurance information and a list of emergency contacts on hand.
Kirkland RV emphasizes the importance of educating younger members of the travelling clan about each of the items included in the first aid kit. If children are hurt while parents aren’t present, its crucial for them to know where to find the necessary supplies to keep themselves and their siblings safe.
“Every traveller should know that having a first aid kit on hand in the face of an emergency isn’t just a good idea—it’s a necessity,” says Kirkland RV.
About Kirkland RV Sales:
Kirkland RV Sales offers a variety of RVs, including Class A’s, Class C’s, and Fifth Wheels. Their branch in Everett is acclaimed for its high-quality customer service and satisfaction. To learn more, view their listings.
Kirkland RV Sales
13111 Highway 99
Everett WA 98204