Vehicle First Aid Kits
Be prepared wherever you travel to, in whatever automobile with our line of Vehicle First Aid and Emergency kits. Each of these kits are stocked with first aid supplies and products to help deal with any other issues such as fixing flat tires or survival materials to endure being stuck in a snowstorm. We have soft sided, and hard case automobile/vehicle first aid kits designed to fit in spaces in any vehicle. With brands such as AAA, First Aid Only, and Mayday, you know the first aid kits and road emergency paks are top of their class and comprehensive in their supply choices.
Having one of our top notch Vehicle first aid and survival kits guarantees you the basics plus more for you to use in case you are stranded on the side of the road. Not all kits carry everything. Here is a list of items that may or may not be included in an Vehicle Kit but are still very important:
- Charged cell phone. Although this item will probably be on your person, it may make the difference between getting help fast and maybe not getting help at all.
- Fire Extinguisher. It should be rated for Class B and Class C fires by the National Fire Protection Association, or NFPA. The NFPA says Class B fires are those that involve flammable or combustible liquids, such as gasoline, diesel fuel and kerosene. Class C fires involve energized electrical equipment such as switches, panel boxes and batteries.
- Three reflective warning triangles. While many prepackaged emergency kits contain one warning triangle, Crosby suggests you have three that are placed 50 feet apart to warn oncoming traffic.
- Tire gauge. Crosby says motorists should use the tire gauge in their car emergency kit to periodically check the air pressure in their spare tire. Besides these there are a handful more products you may want to have such tow strap/rope, duct tape, etc. You can never be over prepared!