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The Federal Road Safety Corp (FRSC) has issued a serious warning against driving or traveling on the road without their recommended safety gadgets. Many might ask what are the recommended safety gadgets by the FRSC, Below are a list of FRSC recommended safety gadgets for your car:
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1. Warning triangle (C-caution)
The warning triangle or C-caution is a reflective triangle which enables an incoming vehicle to know that the car is faulty and its parked by the road side. Especially at night when the entire place is dark
2. Fire extinguisher
Fire extinguisher is used in case of emergencies in your cars. FRSC recommends that your fire extinguisher should be kept where it can easily be accessed.

3. Jack, spare tyre and wheel spanner
This is used in the case of a faulty tyre while traveling
4. First Aid kit
The first aid kit contains all the first aid medical equipments including bandages. It used to treat an accident victim while awaiting medical experts at the scene.
5. Water
Water is used in a cases of over heating of the car engine especially while traveling on highway where access to water is limited.
8. Hydraulic
Hydraulics are used in the braking system of a car. They cause a relatively small force from the driver’s foot to be multiplied to produce a greater force, which acts equally on all four brake pads.
9. Transmission fluid
Automatic transmission fluid (ATF) is the fluid used in vehicles with self shifting or automatic transmissions. ATF is also used as a hydraulic fluid in some power assisted steering systems, as a lubricant in some 4WD transfer cases, and in some modern manual transmissions.
10. Torch light
Torch light is used to aid vision when your car develops fault and needs to be attended to.
11. Spare fan belt
Some times your fan belt could break while you are traveling. A spare fan belt will save your time as you just have to replace the old one and continue with your journey.
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