Here is All You'll Need to Know About a Roadside Emergency Kit

Keeping a roadside emergency kit in your vehicle will reduce the chances you are stuck waiting with your disabled car.

The flashlight in your emergency kit gives you the chance to work on making repairs to your vehicle in the dark. One small first-aid kit will allow you the opportunity to take care of any little injuries while you're waiting for help to arrive.

Tools can help you make repairs that could get a disabled car far enough to reach the nearest service station. Tools in the kit should include a hammer, adjustable wrench, scissors, pliers, a socket set, knife, and screwdrivers.

Keep a roll of duct tape in the kit to make repairs on things like hoses, belts, or damaged lenses. A gallon of engine coolant is key for dealing with an overheated engine.

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