How to Make a Car Emergency Kit
January 24, 2020
It is always ideal to be prepared in any situation. You spill your coffee in the car and realize an emergency kit with everyday necessities is important to have.
It is always ideal to be prepared in any situation. You spill your coffee in the car and realize an emergency kit with everyday necessities is important to have. Besides roadside emergency tools like jumper cables, a first aid kit, a flashlight, or a tool kit, it’s essential to have an emergency car kit in your glovebox. Car organizers are also a must. Click here for some great options!
If you are a light packer, you might think it’s “extra" to keep the following items in your car, but from time to time you will find yourself in need of any one of these:
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To stay on top of hydration.
If you touched something unsanitary and can’t get to a bathroom to wash your hands or the bathroom ran out of soap, sanitizer will help you achieve cleaner hands! Keep one on your key chain, backpack and car.
Lotion to rehydrate your skin when you feel dry. Keep a body mist in your car to spray one last time before going out. This option under $5 is bomb.
When it comes to body odor, the armpits are usually the first area we think of.
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Napkins have a variety of uses but in case you picked up a friend with allergies or you forgot to ask for napkins in the bag.
Food items such as granola bars, pretzels, crackers, chips. I once opened up my friends glovebox to find peanut butter, jelly and a bag of sliced bread. This car organizer is a life saver.
Keep in mind when you pack these things, it doesn’t mean you should wait to wear sunscreen in the car or to apply deodorant or put on your winter gear then. These emergency items are for when you leave the house and forget!