This portable tire inflator is great for emergencies and very convenient to keep in your trunk. Its small, super easy to use and has a digital display showing your tire pressure
A set LED road flares with nine lighting functions (including the universal distress code S-O-S) for roadside emergencies without the hassle (or danger) of a chemical pyrotechnic display.
Another handy gadget that will come handy in case of an emergency on the road…This small device will it charge your dead battery, it also is a LED flashlight with seven light modes and can recharge smartphones, tablets, and other USB devices
Tire pressure gauge – For checking the PSI on your wheels to keep them in peak road-ready condition (and make them last longer). Works on truck, motorcycle, bicycle tires too.
Tire Plug Kit – Use a tire plug kit. But don’t ever use fix a flat. That stuff can F up tires.
Duct tape – It’s durable duct tape to the rescue when it comes to many emergency fixes! Arguably the most magical and diverse object ever, car owners have found endless ways to use duct tape as a DIY tool for unexpected leaks, cracks, and breaks
WD-40 – How many times have you struggled to loosen a nut or bolt on your car? Whether you are switching your license plate out, loosening lug nuts, or silencing a creaky door, WD-40 is a great item to always have in the car.
Work Gloves – Save your hands while you’re wrestling with lugnuts, tire irons, hot engine parts, and anything else you’re better off not touching with bare hands.
100% goat skin leather will not dry out or shrink when washed. Features 360 degree EN388 Cut Resistant Level 5 for 100% cut resistant coverage. Kevlar threading reinforced in critical areas for increased seam strength.
Multitool – A multi-tool covers your bases on the most common stuff and is loads more space-efficient than a bulky toolbox. Leatherman is the gold standard
This reflective vest is absolutely essential and will keep you visible to other cars in case of an emergency situation. I put one in the trunks of all my family members.
Portable Charger – Don’t be caught with a dead cell phone during an emergency. This Anker Portable Charger fits in the palm of your hand and will charge an iPhone three-and-a-half times
First aid kit – you never know when you’re going to need a first aid kit. The first aid kit should be packed with bandages, butterfly closures, gauze pads, ointments, examination gloves, an instant cold compress and more for any emergencies that don’t (hopefully) require a trip to the emergency room.
A super large, super warm military wool blanket to keep in the trunk for cold weather emergencies
Bungee Cords – for securing objects inside or outside of your car
A reusable, quick-drying waterproof rain poncho with a brimmed hood that’s got enough room to fit a backpack underneath it just in case you have to make a long trek from a broken-down car in the pouring rain.
Flashlight – Good luck trying to change a tire at night without one of these. Keep a strong tactical flashlight in your car for the darkest maintenance moments that hit even the best of us at some time or another. If your flashlight requires batteries, keep some extra of those in the glove box as well.
I can’t stress enough on how much time and money you’ll save on a $50 purchase if you’re ever in a no fault accident. You won’t have to fight with insurance companies or lawyer fees if they try to say it was your fault