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Car survival Kit
How to build a car kit for survival
Car Survival Kit
Master list of gear to pack to survive a night

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Masterlist for a Survival Car Kit
  1. a quality fixed blade survival knife
  2. a metal water container
  3. a metal cookware set
  4. fire starter
  5. flashlight
  6. headlamp for changing tires or working on the car
  7. folding cook stove
  8. Emergency blanket or bivvy (wool blanket, Mylar blankets)
  9. Handwarmers
  10. Food bars in Winter (protein bars, granola, energy bars)
  11. ration bars (withstand heat)
  12. Meals Ready to Eat (MREs)
  13. chewing gum
  14. Hard candy or energy chews
  15. Freeze dried food pouches
  16. First aid kit
  17. lip balm
  18. Sanitary supplies (paper towels, sanitary napkins)
  19. Duct tape
  20. Tow strap
  21. Car escape tool (life hammer, ranger rescue tool, seatbelt
    cutter)
  22. Military shovel
  23. Gas siphon, gas can
  24. Cash in small bills
  25. Walking shoes
  26. Fold up bike
  27. Folding shovel
  28. Weather radio
  29. cell phone recharger
  30. Pandemic supplies (respirator, gloves, goggles, biohazard
    bag)
  31. Power inverter
  32. Car repair kit
  33. Car camouflage tarp
  34. Road assistance kit
  • 1 heavy duty booster jumper cable
  • 1 hand-charged dual LED flashlight
  • 1 pair of dimpled work gloves
  • 1 emergency poncho
  • 1 emergency whistle
  • 1 flat head screwdriver
  • 1 Phillips head screwdriver
  • 1 roll of duct tape
  • 1 utility knife
  • 1 bungee cord
  • 2 shop cloths
  • 10 cable ties, and
  • 45 piece first-aid kit

Happy endings...
Your car should have at least three
ways to purify water, such
as water purification tablets, a water straw, and a metal
container for boiling water, which are all easy items to stow
away. As a backup, you could also have Emergency Drinking
water packets stowed away.

The road less travelled is never as interesting. Pack your
vehicles and enjoy when the rubber meets the road. You can
handle anything that comes your way, because you're a prepper!

Now let's tall about the ordinary things you'd expect to have in
your car...
  1. Airfilter - Be sure to check your car's air filter ever 12,000
    miles. A clean air filter helps keep damaging particles from
    entering your engine and causing increased engine wear.
  2. cardboard or cat litter - for icy and snow conditions to get
    traction
  3. car manual
  4. flare and reflective triangle
  5. first aid kit
  6. flashlight or a headlamp
  7. fluids - Oil change, transmission fluid, and radiator coolant.
  8. ice scraper
  9. jumper cables
  10. paper towels or sham  to clean windshield visibility
  11. proof of insurance
  12. registration - yeah, you only need this one for the
    authorities
  13. spare tire
  14. shovel*
  15. tire jack
  16. tire pressure gauge
  17. tire chains
  18. WD-40
  19. wiper blades (replace them every winter)

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