We all know that on an August afternoon would be madder than a hornet if the family gets stuck at the side of the highway. I’ve been driving all over North America and I know how to pack a car, particularly those car emergency kits that must have haves.
You know the feeling you forgot something when you pulled out of the driveway? Don’t get it on your next ride when you need to haves used this list for car emergency kit.
Keep it on time and arrive safely to your destination. Having your vehicle in good working order can help to prevent accidents on the roadside.
In case of emergency, pack your glove compartment with things that you need to hold within arms reach.
Childlife is unpredictable. Scapes and falls may happen so brace yourself. I keep my kit under the driver’s seat for first aid.
Got a console compartment? Load it up with these essentials.
Take a tote, and put more supplies together.
I take a tiny zip top bag and pack it with personal care things. All in case I accidentally get stranded overnight.
Pack your daily needs for a few. Add some snacks on the road when heading out for a family ride.
It’s almost difficult to keep the children clean so be prepared.
I used my SUV like a giant diaper bag when my children were young. Hold those things locked in the car where you are changing your kid.
We all know children are messy so take a few minutes to frequently wash the car. Children can help too.
Whether you live or are traveling in snow-prone areas, winter travel needs its own goods.
With all this in your car … you’re going to be ready for anything!
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