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If your car breaks down on the road, one of the first things you should do is to warn other drivers of your presence by using your hazard lights. Hazard lights are designed to catch the attention of other drivers quickly and can help prevent accidents and keep you and your passengers safe while you wait for help.
In addition to using your hazard lights, you should also move your car to a safe location, such as the shoulder of the road. This will help prevent further accidents and ensure you are not blocking traffic. It’s also a good idea to put on your emergency brake, set up warning triangles or flares, and turn on your interior lights if it’s dark outside to help you stay visible to other drivers.
Remember, breaking down on the road can be stressful and scary, but taking these simple steps can help keep you safe and ensure that help arrives quickly.