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    Build an emergency roadside kit

    Authored by Jami Mattox

    An emergency roadside kit compiles items commonly needed when there's car trouble. Designed to help in many situations – from flat tire, to dead battery or worse – a good kit should have these 15 key items. The items listed can help solve minor problems and keep the vehicle's occupants safe. Store the items in a cardboard box or compartmentalized tote, and keep them in the backseat or trunk.

    How to build an emergency roadside kit

    • Booster cables, battery charger or jump starter
    • Flares or triangle reflectors
    • Motor oil
    • Coolant
    • Work gloves
    • Blanket
    • Flashlight and extra batteries
    • Tool kit
    • Can of tire inflator and sealant
    • Tire pressure gauge
    • Paper towels
    • Spray bottle with washer fluid
    • Ice scraper
    • Non-perishable food, like granola bars and bottled water
    • Automotive jack

    So, you have a flat tire. Or your engine has overheated. Or you're stuck on the side of the interstate in the middle of a snowstorm. These are common occurrences, but it doesn't make them any less annoying or inconvenient. Having the right tools in your vehicle can help mitigate the inconvenience of being stuck on the side of the road. Make sure you're prepared for any event.

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