I grew up in the middle of farm country, however all of the roads were dirt or gravel, but i l acquired how to drive on a mountainous road with steep sides on each shoulder of the road, then my mom and dad regularly told myself and others to be well prepared in every situationâ€¦ When I started driving, my dad warned myself and others to regularly keep a blanket, flashlight, and flares in the car.
In the event of an emergency, these items actually come in handy.
I had an emergency last weekend. I was toiling at the marijuana dispensary. I had a delivery order going out to the country. It was actually wet and rainy. My vehicle was slipping and sliding all over the place. I actually need current tires. I started sliding on the road and I hit the brakes. As soon as I hit the brakes, the vehicle started to slide. I couldn’t stop myself from heading towards the ditch. I hit the bottom of the gully and the impact was severe. I hit my head and the airbag deplotted ! There was no a single on the road at that time of the night. Thankfully I had plenty of power in my cell iphone. I contacted the marijuana dispensary and I told my boss that I was stuck in a ditch. She sent another driver to assess the situation. The driver was in a truck and the guy had a tow rope, but he hooked the rope to the back of my vehicle and pulled myself and others out of the ditch. I had grass and mud in the fender, but the vehicle still drove just good even after the crash.