|CREATE A CAR SURVIVAL KIT|
|Posted on: Jan. 12, 2017 in Driving, Accidents, Weather, Safety, Cars|
Whether you’re traveling near or far, in summer or winter, with the family or alone, you should have an emergency kit in your car. Face it, when you’re out on the road, it’s possible to get stranded somewhere without the ability to get help fast. It’s possible you’ll be stuck for a little while (or longer). In the modern age of smart phones and connected vehicles, it’s easy to get complacent and assume help will always be accessible or even reachable. However, technology can fail, cell signals and wi-fi can be lost or unavailable, or a large-scale disaster can make resources scare. Packing an emergency kit for your car can be a life saver.
Here are some things to pack in your car, especially for a long trip or one through an isolated area:
FOOD AND DRINK:
There are many other things you could include and this list could change depending on where you are and where you’re going. This list will get you started. Pack it all in a bin and place it in your trunk. Keep a list of the contents on the top and note any expiration dates or seasonal contents so your kit is always up to date.
You never wanted to be stranded out on the side of the road, but it’s good to know you’ll be covered if you do.
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