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The following is assuming you have kept up your vehicles maintainence and have it prepared for a trip.

When you are going to be making a trip via your vehicle, what do you have with you in case of mechanical breakdown or becoming lost in a remote area. From living in SF and concern for earthquakes, I started and have been carrying a small survival kit in the trunk of my car and behind the rear seat of my pickup truck. These kits contain (IIRC) medical supplies such as bandages, guaze, telfa pads, iodine, calamine, benadryll. In addition, there is water and food for two days, thermal blanket, flares, matches, knife, insect repellent wipes, flashlight and solar/windup emergency radio receiver. I check the batteries for the flashlight regularly and keep track of the dates on the wate and food. I may never need these items but they do not take up much space and offer a little security.
 
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bat1159man said:
The following is assuming you have kept up your vehicles maintainence and have it prepared for a trip.

When you are going to be making a trip via your vehicle, what do you have with you in case of mechanical breakdown or becoming lost in a remote area. From living in SF and concern for earthquakes, I started and have been carrying a small survival kit in the trunk of my car and behind the rear seat of my pickup truck. These kits contain (IIRC) medical supplies such as bandages, guaze, telfa pads, iodine, calamine, benadryll. In addition, there is water and food for two days, thermal blanket, flares, matches, knife, insect repellent wipes, flashlight and solar/windup emergency radio receiver. I check the batteries for the flashlight regularly and keep track of the dates on the wate and food. I may never need these items but they do not take up much space and offer a little security.
Xcellent,Always be prep,d for an Emergency,the only thing Im missin is the wind up radio, My uncles got one and They Do Work.
 
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Now the ball is in gunny court ;) I always have my truck loaded up with supplies. I.E. jerry cans and 4 days worth of food and water, my Medic kit and My BOB
 

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Duct tape - zip ties - jug of water

Make sure you check your lights, belts and hoses as well as your tire tread. You can't go wrong with a fresh tune up and oil change too.
 
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