Car Roof Bags and Glove Boxes, What Should Be in Your Car’s Emergency Kits?

Wondering about the most important items that must be in your emergency kits that are in the car and also in your car roof bags? We hope to answer that question for right now. It would be best if you put one emergency kit in your car while the other is placed in the car roof bags. This would ensure that you are well prepared to deal with emergencies while in the car or outside of it.

Our weather conditions change considerably and sometimes with little notice. It is best to be prepared than to be sorry when that day of dilemma comes. In cases like this where you do not wish to be stranded in the middle of nowhere, it would be best to pack two sets of emergency kits (especially while on the road) and here is a list of things that you should pack in your car and on top in your car roof bags.

Remember that sixty percent of your body is made up of water and you need at least two liters each day to keep your body hydrated. It highly recommended if you pack water that comes in tetra packs, since it would last longer and it would be well preserved in such packaging. Such an item in your emergency kit would not only help hydrate yourself, but in the case where your engine overheats, such readily available water would come in handy to possible cool down your radiator.

Next, you would want to pack many granola bars or any other energy bars. Food items such as energy bars would stay fresh longer and would help you overcome your appetite better than fresh fruits. Fresh fruits also perish too soon, thus making it the worst choice to be put into an emergency kit. If you are a person who has this diet regime where nothing goes into your body unless it is fresh and natural, then it is time that you looked at such packaged food as a way to stay alive in the case of a worst case scenario. Consider as an alternative, bringing along dried fruits and veggies.

Make certain that the emergency kit also has a lot of medicinal supplies. If there are certain medication that needs to be taken on a regular basis or if you are asthmatic, then it would be best if you have two extra sets of medicines and two extra sets of inhalers. Each set of the medicines and inhalers would have to go into the emergency kit that is inside the car and one that is in the car roof bags. Your car roof bags stored on top is also a good place to keep the larger, bulkier items. But remember, if emergency needs to stay at a set temperature, keeping it inside the car would obviously be best.

Also pack some thick blankets in the same emergency kit, along with some batteries for heavy duty flash lights and carry two flashlights as well. Emergency tool kits, first-aid kits and other accessories like road flares would also have to be kept in the emergency kit.

Before you go on a road trip, always make it a point to plan well ahead, pack correctly for the trip and make certain that there is an emergency kit in the car with you and there is one in the car roof bags. When determining if you should bring something along for emergency preparedness, remember this: It’s always better to have it and not need it – Than to need it and NOT have it.