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Top things to keep in your car as an "Emergency Kit"

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Rated 0 points - posted 9 years ago by TWeb in category Other.
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Water Report Abuse
Not an individual sized water bottle, you'll just drink it and you wont have it when you need it. A JUG of water. So you can top off your radiator or have it to drink in an emergency or use it to wash gas or battery acid off your hands.
23 points - added 9 years ago by TWeb -

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Flashlight Report Abuse
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First aid kit Report Abuse
pain relievers, sterile pads, alcohol prep pads, bandages, soap, gauze pads, and micro-pore tape
15 points - added 9 years ago by TWeb -

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Food Report Abuse
Keep some granola bars or fruit leather or jerky. Something that doesn't take up a lot of space, but will last for ever. Nothing chocolate.
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Condoms Report Abuse
...because you just never know when you're going to get lucky.
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Pancho or other rain geer Report Abuse
You know if you have a flat, or something breaks down...it going to be raining. Keep one of those tiny package rain ponchos in you Emergency kit.
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Specific Medicines Report Abuse
Not general...but if you are diabetic or have special medical needs or are deadly allergic to something, make sure you have what you need to care for yourself.
7 points - added 9 years ago by TWeb -

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Leatherman Multi-tool Report Abuse
This handy tool provides a bunch of other handy tools: pliers, screwdriver, knife, and more.
6 points - added 9 years ago by guest -

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Personal Necessities Report Abuse
Tissues, toilet paper, safety pins and a couple sanitary pads or tampons.
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Blanket Report Abuse
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Tire pressure gauge Report Abuse
You should check your tire pressure every time you fill your tank with gas.
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Napkins or wet wipes. Report Abuse
Great for a quick sneeze, or a drippy ice cream cone, keep them within reach.
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Fix a flat Report Abuse
So you don't have to change a tire on a lonely road in the dark...just use this and get to somewhere populated with lights.
3 points - added 9 years ago by TWeb -

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Jumper cables Report Abuse
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Duct Tape Report Abuse
There are so many reasons to keep this in the car. Hoses break, metal or plastic rips...
2 points - added 9 years ago by TWeb -

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Lightsticks Report Abuse
Break and glow and put them by your car if you are broke down so they can see you.
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Extra batteries Report Abuse
For the flashlight
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Candle in a tin Report Abuse
If you drive areas where you can be stuck in the snow...you can't keep the car running. A Candle in a tin will actually help keep you warm.
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Spare fuses Report Abuse
These are tiny, and you can get a whole box of them for under $5. Make sure you get the right kind for your vehicle.
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Other tools Report Abuse
Small shovel if you'll be driving in snow or mud, small orange cone
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Flares Report Abuse
They can be used to light a fire if you are going to be overnight.
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Solar blanket Report Abuse
If you are driving in snow, the solar blanket will keep you warmer than a regular blanket
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Tools Report Abuse
Basic tool kit
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Toothbrush and Toothpaste Report Abuse
So you can have fresh breath.
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Box cutter and punch in glove box Report Abuse
box cutter to cut seatbelt off in emergency and punch (metal pointed tool) to break window in accident when door won't open or submerged in water.
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Something to read or do Report Abuse
Keep a favorite book or book of crossword puzzles or writing paper and pen. If you know someones on the way but it will be a while, this gives you something to take your mind off things.
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Waterproof matches Report Abuse
If you have the candle, you better have the matches.
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