On the road or off the beaten path, anything can happen. If you break down for whatever reason, you'll usually be able to rely on a mobile phone for roadside assistance. However, help might take time to reach you, so it's a good idea to have a roadside assistance kit in the trunk. These types of kits have may names, but most of the time, they're just called roadside emergency kits. The kinds you can either get ready-made or make yourself range from first-aid kits to tire-repair kits, with plenty of general safety kits in between.
What Should be in a Roadside Emergency Kit?
For one, basics like food, water, a first-aid kit, a blanket, a flashlight and extra batteries. You can also put it helpful add-ons like flares, triangle reflectors, a can of tire sealant, a tire pressure gauge, a tire inflator, and jumper cables. Of course, it's also a good idea to keep motor oil, coolant, and even a tool kit with a pocket knife on hand. There's plenty more you could put in, too. Use your best judgment about what to include, based on what you might need when stranded. Above all, it should be tailored to your vehicle's age and condition, the kind of driving you do, and local weather and climate. Who makes the best roadside emergency kit? For your brand, Mopar. The genuine article, made by your OEM, will have at least some of the vehicle-specific parts you'll need to start. You can order a kit online right here at our auto parts store. So, enjoy peace of mind wherever you travel -- buy now!
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