9 Things To Have In Your Car

Emergency Kit: Include items such as a first aid kit, flashlight with extra batteries, reflective triangles or flares, blanket, and basic tools like a screwdriver and pliers.

Jumper Cables: Keep jumper cables in your car to jump-start a dead battery or help another motorist in need.

Spare Tire and Tools: Have a spare tire in good condition, along with a jack and lug wrench, to change a flat tire if needed.

Emergency Contact Information: Keep a list of emergency contacts, including roadside assistance, insurance provider, and family members, in your car.

Water and Non-Perishable Snacks: Carry bottled water and non-perishable snacks like granola bars or nuts for emergencies or unexpected delays.

Phone Charger: Keep a phone charger or power bank in your car to ensure your phone remains charged for communication or emergencies.

Maps or GPS Device: Have maps or a GPS device in your car for navigation in case you encounter areas with poor cell reception or need alternative routes.

Weather Appropriate Gear: Depending on the weather, keep items like a rain poncho, gloves, hat, ice scraper, or snow brush in your car for comfort and safety.

Personal Items: Include items like a pen and notepad, tissues or wipes, sunglasses, and any necessary medications or personal hygiene items you may need while traveling.

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