If you plan to travel for Spring Break, you’ll likely need to navigate increased traffic on the roads and large crowds at popular Spring Break destinations.
Here are some Spring Break safety tips to help keep your family safe when on vacation:
- Continue taking COVID-19 precautions by staying updated on vaccines, wearing a well-fitted mask when needed and frequently washing your hands or using hand sanitizer.
- Keep your vehicle with a first aid kit and emergency supplies, such as nonperishable food and drinking water.
- Be a defensive driver and take your time on the road as there might be drivers that are unfamiliar with the area or under the influence of alcohol or other substances.
Check out the HSI Emergency Care blog for more Spring Break safety tips.
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