Preventing accidents and keeping your pet secure while you drive is easier than you might think with the below guidelines. It takes minimal time and money investment to make your pet travels safer. The most expensive thing you might want to invest in is a gate guard between the rows of seats. Another option is a harness restraint that buckles into a seat belt.

For smaller pets, keeping them in a crate in the car might make things easier. Either way, be sure to take your pet on a walk before your trip so that they have less energy to get stirred up in the car. Try to make sure that they go to the bathroom as well. Make sure that any of your bags are not positioned so that they could strike your pet if you slam on the brakes.

Go to Hanna Imports for a test drive of pet-friendly vehicles.



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