How To Create A Complete Survival Kit To Carry In Your Car

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Car Survival Kit

Let’s face it – you never know when an emergency will happen. It’s good to be prepared, but how prepared are you for something that might happen while you’re away from your house? We saw this kit on YouTube and wanted to share it with you. Watch through the link below, “Sootch” does a great job showing everything he added and why it was included.

Things we would add if it was our kit? Include some kind of strap with clips at both ends so the box could be carried “hands-free.” Also, we’d tape the “list of ingredients” to the inside of the lid.  Please find below a list of most everything he included, with a link to a good price for many items.

Car Emergency Kit Contents Will Fit In An Ammo Can

  • List of contents on lid
  • Duffle bag strap to carry box long distances
  • Loksak or ziplok bag
  • Space blanket (heavy duty with eyelets)
  • Mechanicals gloves
  • Regular gloves
  • Glow sticks
  • Butane lighter
  • Waterproof matches
  • Fire tender (lint)
  • Duct tape
  • Some change / currency
  • First aid kit in a box or Tupperware
  • Trauma kit
  • Emergency poncho
  • Cord wrapped around something useful
  • Energy bars / peanut butter
  • Multi-tool or tool kit
  • Bottle opener
  • Field knife
  • Zip ties
  • Extra ammo
  • Utensil set (spoon, fork, and knife)
  • LED Flashlight with extra batteries in a waterproof tube
  • Webbed belt
  • Writing pad and pen
  • Swiss army knife
  • Box cutter
  • Whistle
  • Signal mirror
  • Compass
  • Water purification straw (LifeStraw)

Hope you enjoyed the YouTube (and knowledge) as much as we did.

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