What’s in your Emergency Car Kit?

We all know the importance of having an Emergency Car Kit, but what exactly should we put in our Emergency Car Kits? Below you will find a list straight from the DMV of what you should have on hand in your vehicle.


Essentials for Emergency Kits:

(This list comes right from the DMV.org)

  • Roadside flares
  • A first-aid kit
  • Work gloves or latex gloves
  • Two quarts of oil
  • Jumper cables
  • One gallon of antifreeze
  • Brake fluid
  • Extra fuses
  • A blanket
  • A flashlight with fresh batteries
  • A Phillips head screwdriver
  • A flat head screwdriver
  • Vise grips
  • An adjustable wrench
  • A pair of pliers
  • A tire inflator
  • A tire pressure gauge
  • Some rags and a funnel
  • A roll of duct tape
  • A roll of paper towels
  • A spray bottle with washer fluid
  • An ice scraper
  • An AAA or roadside emergency card
  • Triangle reflectors and flares.
  • A pocketknife
  • Bottled water
  • Granola or energy bars


Now is a good time to stock up and make sure you are prepared for the coming winter. You can buy already made emergency kits, or you can make your own. Don’t forget to get your car winter ready as well! We have some great promotions to take advantage of! Give us a call 978.688.4332

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