Road Safety Trips for Your Pet


Getting to your final destination with your pet as a passenger is easier than you might think with some forethought. The most crucial thing you can do is keep your pet in a space away from the steering wheel and out of your sight line so that he is not a distraction.

Your dog should also be protected from projectiles in a crash. Secure your cargo near the floor to keep it from smacking into your dog. Airbags can crush your pet if deployed, which is why he should avoid the front seat. Windows should stay up at all times. Take your pet out of the car if you have to leave your car for any amount of time. Your dog can overheat even if you do not feel like it is very hot out. The inside of your car can heat up quickly.

Brunswick Mazda has many different vehicles for you to test drive for travels with your pet.

 

 

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