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    15 Items That Should Be In Your Vehicle During the Winter

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    15 Items That Should Be In Your Vehicle During the Winter Empty 15 Items That Should Be In Your Vehicle During the Winter

    Post by Lobo Sat Oct 24, 2015 6:22 am

    15 Items That Should Be In Your Vehicle During the Winter
    15 Items That Should Be In Your Vehicle During the Winter IStock_000019270953XSmall-e1388873562754Winter brings about erratic weather patterns and chances are that we may be caught in them while we are driving. Having an emergency kit in our vehicles will help to ensure our basic needs are met.

    Changing the items in your kit to reflect the seasonal changes will help you better prepare for unpredictable weather. Those that live in northern climates will find themselves dealing with winter-related issues with their vehicles more so than in southern climates, but we should all prepare for emergencies in our vehicles.

    Some of these supplies may save your life.


    1. Collapsible shovel
    2. Windshield scraper and small broom
    3. Flashlight
    4. Battery powered radio with extra batteries
    5. Food and Water for 3 days
    6. Extra winter layers – hats, socks and mittens
    7. First aid kit with pocket knife
    8. Any necessary medications
    9. Blanket(s) and/or bivvy bags
    10. Tow chain or paracord
    11. Road salt 
    12. Booster cables
    13. Emergency flares
    14. Fluorescent distress flag
    15. Snow chains


    We depend on our vehicles to safely get us to our destinations, but we must take care of the engine and other components of the care in order for it to work when we need it to. That said, before the winter sets in, use these tips to check your vehicle to ensure it is primed to withstand the bouts of cold weather. This will ensure that when winter comes around your car will be ready.
    http://readynutrition.com/resources/15-items-that-should-be-in-your-vehicle-during-the-winter_04012014/

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