A Precise List of All the Things You Must Have in Your Car
May 10, 2019
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When going on a long drive or a road trip, there are a few important things to have in your car that will make the trip a lot more enjoyable. This story lists the things you should keep in your car to be prepared for any situation.
The thing about road trips is that nothing about them is planned. You just gather a few friends together, start-up the car, and hit the road. But to ensure that the trip remains hassle-free and a lot of fun, you need to make a list of things you need in your car.
Things to Keep In Your Car:
Spare Tire: Just in case any tires on your car face problems. Car Tools: Just in case your car breaks down, you'll need the tools to screw and unscrew the apparatus. Jack: A crucial piece of equipment often forgotten with other car tools.
Music Player: It may be built in or personal. A long drive can get a bit boring and music is the best way to spice it up.
CDs: Or any other memory device with music in it that your music player can play.
Video Player: Not an absolute necessity and may bother the driver, but a movie player can be good fun for the passengers on a long trip.
Movie DVDs: A video player could be pretty useless without movies to go with it.
Playing Cards: Car poker can be great fun if you take turns while driving and playing. Ashtray: A lot of cars don't come with an ashtray, so carry an ashtray so you don't litter outside.
Car Freshener: Keeping the car under the hot sun for too long gives it an irritating smell. Use a car freshener to get rid of it.
Doggie Bag: In emergencies for the ones with motion sickness.
Food and Water: Basic necessities of life. Don't leave the house without anything to eat or drink. First Aid Kit: Just in case someone gets hurt on the way.
Compass or a GPS: While the GPS is the ideal thing to find your way when you're lost, the folks who do not have the GPS can make do with a compass.
Cell Phone Charger: Because there will be times when your phone runs out of power.
Basic Hygiene Stuff: Combs, toothbrushes, toothpaste, shaving kit, tissues etc. Stuff you need if you're planning to camp in the car for the night.
Flashlight: Always useful wherever you go. Don't forget the extra batteries.
Battery Charging Kit: Often you might find yourself caught in the cold and the car refuses to start. The battery charging kit will come in really handy.
Road Salt and Shovels: One of the best things to have in your trunk for winter. If you come across a snow-blocked road, pour some of the salt and see the ice melt away in no time.
Pillows and Blankets: Things you need if you're going to camp out at night. Sleeping bags will also come in handy.
Tire Sealant: Tire sealant is a brilliant 'quick fix' for flat tires.
Don't forget the insurance documents, ownership documents, and most importantly, your driver's license.