Hitting the Road with Pets

When it comes to traveling safely with your pets, these tips are easy to follow and will save you headaches and time in your travel. Spending some time securing your pet safely in the car will prevent accidents and injuries.

In addition to using a pet restraint, you should not strap your pet in the front seat. The airbags in the front seats of a vehicle are too powerful to be safe for your pet in an accident. Do not open the windows more than a slight crack because your pet will likely want to stick his head out in the breeze. This is fun, but it is not safe. Your pet could be hit by another car or some other object. Turn up the air conditioning to keep you both cool on the road instead.

Kia of Fargo in Fargo, ND has some of the best pet-friendly vehicles around to test drive.

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