Things You Must Pack in the Roadside Emergency Kits

Packing the right essentials in your car's roadside emergency kit will help get a disabled vehicle either off the road or limping along to the next service station.

  • Keep a small first-aid kit, some blankets, and bottles of water in the kit in case you're stranded for a while.
  • Pack some safety flares or triangles to warn drivers to slow down around your disabled vehicle.
  • Be sure that you include a couple cans of tire fix-a-flat in the roadside emergency kit because it will allow you to get that flat tire up and off the rim.
  • Keep a bag of tools in the kit so you can make small repairs.
  • Bring a set of jumper cables and an empty gas can in your roadside emergency kit.

One last thing, visit Lakewood Happy Motors so we can make sure you have what you need for your roadside emergency kit and answer any questions you may have.

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