Auto Club offers earthquake tips for motorists
Last updated 5/29/2008 at Noon
LOS ANGELES — The recently released earthquake forecast and map by the US Geological Survey serves as a reminder to prepare homes for the eventual earthquake, but Southern Californians, who drive a total average of about 300 million miles daily, should remember to be ready for an earthquake while driving, too, according to the Automobile Club of Southern California.
Experiencing an earthquake while in a moving vehicle has been compared to driving on four flat tires. The Auto Club offers these tips to better prepare car owners if an earthquake occurs while they are driving: