#HeadsUp: Does your vehicle have a winter safety kit?

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Wyoming drivers typically are well prepared for winter travel.

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But, there’s always extra steps you can take to make sure you have the necessary supplies in case of emergency.

Often times in Wyoming, motorists who become stranded do so in rural, remote areas. This means longer for emergency crews to be able to assist, and spotty cell phone service.

The National Weather Service office in Riverton has created a list of a few winter safety items that Wyoming travelers should keep in their vehicles.

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This #headsup is brought to you by McDonald’s.

Wyoming drivers typically are well prepared for winter travel.

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But, there’s always extra steps you can take to make sure you have the necessary supplies in case of emergency.

Often times in Wyoming, motorists who become stranded do so in rural, remote areas. This means longer for emergency crews to be able to assist, and spotty cell phone service.

The National Weather Service office in Riverton has created a list of a few winter safety items that Wyoming travelers should keep in their vehicles.

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