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If you want to deal with unforeseen events in an effective manner while you're in your vehicle, read this post by Go Synthetic Lubes in Pewaukee to learn what items you should keep in your vehicle.

Items You Should Definitely Have in Your Vehicle

You never know what curve ball life will throw your way. Moreover, you never know where you'll be when that curve ball starts heading for you. Still, being properly prepared for the situation can increase your chances of going through it successfully. For that reason, you should read the post below, to learn what types of items you should keep in your vehicle at all times, in case they're ever needed.

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Tools and Equipment to Repair Your Vehicle

Being out and about on your vehicle, and having it break down can be a horrifying, dangerous, and extremely annoying situation. For that reason, aside from making sure that your vehicle is always in mint condition, you need to keep the necessary tools and equipment to repair your vehicle and deal with that unfortunate occurrence. Not only that, but it's also crucial that you inspect said tools and equipment, so you can be certain that it is all in good shape, and ready to be used in an emergency. Last but not least, if you don't have any mechanical knowledge, you should enroll in lessons, so you know what to do if your vehicle malfunctions in the middle of the road. As for the tools and equipment you should keep in your vehicle, here are some of the most basic ones:
  • a spare tire
  • a tire iron
  • a tire jack
  • jumper cables
  • a bottle of coolant
  • a new gas can
  • a siphon pump
  • reflective triangles

An Emergency Kit

Just as your vehicle can malfunction while you're driving on the road, there are a lot of other unforeseen circumstances that can take place while you're on it. Everything from a mishap, an injury, a natural disaster, an accident, and more, could happen and, as mentioned above, the best way to deal with those situations effectively, is to be prepared for them. As you can imagine, part of that preparedness includes having a much-needed emergency kit in your vehicle. However, you need to remember to restock it when necessary, and to learn how to use each of the tools and materials that are in it, so they can serve their purpose successfully. Your emergency kit should include:
  • bottles of water
  • non-perishable snacks (e.g. almonds and dried fruits)
  • blankets
  • a fire extinguisher
  • a charged cell phone and its charger
  • a first aid kit (basic medical equipment - band-aids, alcohol, syringes, disposable gloves - and thermometers; and medicine, like antibiotics, antihistamines, antiseptics, paracetamol, among others.)

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Important Information and Papers

And, in the event of an emergency or any other similar situation, it is important that you have the right information and papers. For example, if you're ever pulled over, then you better have the necessary documentation to avoid being fined, detained, or worse. You also need certain information if you're in an accident and have to contact your insurance company, your family members and/or the police and firefighters. So, to sum up, here is the list of important information and paperwork you should be carrying in your vehicle at all times:
  • your insurance papers and/or information
  • an updated version of your license
  • an updated version of your vehicle's registration
  • your vehicle's owner's manual
  • the contact information of close friends and/or relatives
  • the contact information of a reliable mechanic
  • the contact information of the authorities.

Other Useful Items

Lastly, having a bunch of other useful, miscellaneous items in your vehicle can also come in handy when the situation calls for them. Something to consider, however, is that while you should have certain objects in case they're needed, you shouldn't treat your vehicle like a rolling junkyard, since that can make your vehicle heavier which, in turn, will make you spend more gas to get you going. A few examples of useful items you should keep within arm's reach are:
  • a bottle of hand sanitizer
  • a lighter
  • a pair of scissors
  • tissues
  • an umbrella
  • a change of clothes and a jacket
  • emergency cash
  • a flashlight
  • batteries

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