Monday, October 17, 2011

Emergency Car Kit

Though the first priority is still to build an emergency kit for your family that will sustain you through 3-5 days without power or refrigeration, another smaller kit should go in the trunk of your car.  As we move through fall into winter, it doesn't hurt to double check to ensure that you have what you might need in case of a situation where you could be trapped in your car for an extended period of time.  In addition to an extra set of warm clothing and a small first aid kit, my red carrier contains a pair of boots, a can of wipes, a zippered tool kit, and a large water bottle that also contains a flashlight and emergency flare.  The "EvacPack," which can also be used at work, contains even more emergency supplies, including a poncho and more emergency flares. 



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