3 Essential Items for Your Emergency Car Toolkit – Be Prepared for Any Situation!
In a previous post labeled Homemade Car Survival Kit I laid out how I put together a survival kit for both of our cars. I first ordered a bag for each car and then proceeded to order all the individual items I wanted to have in these kits.
This worked out well because I was able to get all the things I needed for our specific situation. It did take awhile though to do all the research and order everything separately.
I wanted to put together a post for those who don’t have the time or don’t want to put the time into researching and putting different products together for their kits.
All you will have to do is click on these 3 products and you will have a comprehensive emergency car toolkit.
There are some redundancies in some of these kits but it is a good idea to have some back ups in case they are needed.
Of course everyone’s situation will be a little different, so you may need more or less of the things in these kits.
Here is a list of what each of these items are called. My desire was to make a bundle so all you would have to do is click one link and it would take you to all three products but the amazon associate unfortunately said that wasn’t possible.
Here are the 3 items for your emergency car toolkit…
First Cure Car Emergency Kit
- TRAVEL WITH THE PEACE OF MIND YOU AND YOUR LOVED ONES DESERVE
- When you’re in an emergency roadside situation, the last thing you want is a car care kit filled with cheap, unreliable tools that melt and fall apart.
Stanley FATMAX 700
- Delivers jump-starting power with 700 peak amps and 350 instant starting amps
- Reverse polarity alarm alerts when there is an improper connection; Connect the clamps to the battery, turn on the switch and start your vehicle
- Features a 120 PSI air compressor to help inflate tires with low pressure; High-powered LED light rotates 270 degrees to help you work in the dark
The Responder 72 hr Pack
- The Responder comes with Water Pouches(2), each with 9 US Coast Guard approved water packs.
- Food Pouches(2), each with a total of 3,600 calories of US Coast Guard approved food bars.
- Personal Pouches(2), each containing goggles(1), poncho(1), wet wipes(15), female hygiene items(3), whistle(1), and sleeping bag(1).
- The GridNet system stores a knife(1), tent(1), paracord(1), duct tape(1), weather radio(1), cable ties(10), splint(1), match set(1), glow sticks(6),
- Lifestraw(1) and the Surviveware Small First Aid Kit(1) is stored inside the dedicated First Aid Pocket.
If you would like to just make a handful of clicks and have a comprehensive ready made car survival kit that you can throw in your car and have peace of mind, then check out these three products.
About The Author
My name is Robert and those that know me know that I like to research and to always be prepared the best I can for whatever life brings my way. This website was born out of putting those two things together. I am married with 3 children, a dog, 2 hamsters, 3 fish, and a gecko.
There is plenty of adventures and fun situations that happen at my house. We live in a rural down home town and like to enjoy lots of time with our immediate and extended family. My primary job is in the medical field which can be an adventure of it’s own at times.
My desire for this website is for it to be a place where you can come and find products and information that will help you be prepared for whatever life throws at you.
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