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Focus On Specific Needs
While we appreciate the work veterans have done for our country, there are many veterans who need help with specific needs, such as being elderly, homeless, or unemployed. Volunteer or donate to one of these groups if you’d like to help.
Heading out on a road trip is a great way to spend the upcoming summer months, but do you know what to pack? Luggage is an obvious given, and the spacious trunk of the Cadillac ATS has plenty of room. So, what else should you pack for your trip? We here at Trent Cadillac have a few suggestions regarding what you need to pack in your Cadillac ATS for a spring road trip.
First Aid Kit – A fully-stocked first aid kit is essential for all drivers, no matter how long the road trip is. You never know when an injury could happen, but it’s always best to be prepared, just in case. Keep a supply of gauze, bandages, and other pertinent medical supplies stowed away in your Cadillac ATS. It’s better to be safe than sorry, after all.
Cooler – The spacious back seat is perfect for drivers who want something to drink or eat without stopping. Pack a cooler to ensure that hunger and thirst aren’t cause for fatigue on the road. Any medicine that needs to be kept cool will normally be just fine in a cooler as well.
Garbage Bag – No matter how long the trip, garbage is bound to accumulate in your Cadillac ATS. Get ahead of the game by packing a garbage bag and keeping it handy every time you stop for something to eat or drink. Throwing garbage away as you get it will make cleaning up after the road trip a must quicker process.