Towing in Hayward, California

Must-haves Car Emergency kit


A little story:

Jane was driving home from work when she encountered a patch of black ice on the road, which was a dark and stormy night. Her automobile went out of control and slammed into a tree on the side of the road. In the collision, Jane was scared but not hurt. She struggled to move her automobile over but was unsuccessful. She realized she was stranded in a rural location with no cell phone signal and no way to get help.

She remembered putting a car emergency kit in her trunk at the time. A flashlight, a blanket, a first-aid kit, and a flare were among the items she discovered. She wrapped herself in the blanket to stay warm while treating a little cut on her hand with the first aid kit because she was waiting for assistance to arrive.

A passing motorist came to a halt to assist her. Jane has been rescued thanks to their ability to call a tow truck. Jane could stay safe and warm until help arrived, thanks to her car emergency kit. She always kept a fully stocked emergency kit in her car from then on, learning the importance of being ready for unanticipated situations on the road.
You must have realized by now that this story is not an actual incident, but we all know it may happen to any of us.

We should always be prepared for such unforeseen circumstances by keeping a car emergency kit in our trunk. A car emergency kit is a collection of items that you may need in the event of an emergency while you are driving. The contents of a car emergency kit can vary depending on where you live and drive.

We have chosen some important ones for you. 
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      • A inflated spare tire
      • Wheel wrench
      • Tripod jack
      • Jumper cables (ensure to get the right gauge for your vehicle)
      • Battery powered jump starter
      • Tool kit
      • Flashlight and extra batteries
      • Duct tape
      • Snow brush
      • Reflective triangles
      • Compass
      • First aid kit 
      • Nonperishable, high-energy foods, such as unsalted nuts and dried fruits
      • Drinking water
      • Reflective vest to walk during night
      • Car charger for your mobile phone
      • Shovel
      • Windshield washer fluid
      • Warm clothing
      • Cat litter for traction
      • Blankets