August 28th, 2020 by

Roadside assistance and cell phones have made life much simpler for drivers but cell service is not available everywhere. If your car should break down, you’ll want to be prepared. It’s good practice to carry a road emergency kit in your vehicle. These kits can be purchased as a pack or you can make them yourself. Consider the below list as a good starter kit.

1. Jumper cables or lithium-ion battery with jumper cables
2. Flares or triangle reflectors
3. Motor oil
4. Coolant
5. First-aid kit
6. Blanket
7. Flashlight and batteries
8. Tool kit
9. Tire pressure gauge
10. Paper towels
11. Spray bottle
12. Ice scraper
13. Pen and paper
14. Granola bars
15. Bottled water

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