Safe Driving with Pets

Making sure that you and your pet are safe at all times should be your top priority before getting behind the wheel. You can stay safe on the road with these tips.

Invest in a restraint system for your pet that takes into account its size. This should be installed in the second row of seats or farther back because the front seat is not the safest place for your dog. This is because it can get in the way of your driving, block your view or suffer injuries from being crushed by a deployed airbag. If you decide to crack the windows, do not let your dog get its head all the way out. This protects him from being hit or blocking your view of cars approaching your blind spot.

Find the ideal pet-friendly vehicle for all of your adventures by taking a test drive at Rick Roush Honda.

 

 

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