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  • Tissue or kleenex for the inside emergencies! I also keep one of those auto emergency kits in my trunk (jumper cables, flares, first aid supplies, etc.) just in case.
  • condoms and tissues
  • Matches, Pocket knife, Flashlight & extra batteries, tissues/toilet paper, & first aid kit.
  • blanket, flashlight, jack, battery cables, glucose pills, and big pipe wrench.
  • What should I keep in YOUR car? If I was in your car, I'd probably keep a gun on me.
  • Why in the world would I want to keep anything in your car? Unless of course it was my stash, but then I wouldn't let you know about it.
  • At the very least you should have a jack, lug wrench and a spare in good condition with air in it, a fire extinguisher, and jumper cables. It isn't a bad idea to have a first aid kit and flares to mark your car if you have a wreck or a breakdown. Toilet paper, paper towels and tissues are good to have too. Writing paper and a pen in case you need to leave a note on your car. In winter, you should have warm blankets and extra clothing for everyone in the car in case you get stranded in snow. It also isn't a bad idea to have some food and water in the car in winter. If you have the resources to have a heat source, that is a good idea too. It has to be something safe, like one of those packets you break that has a chemical reaction and heats up. Or you can have a candle in a can or a sterno can, if you remember to keep a window cracked so you don't suffocate. At least it gives you a way to melt water to drink and warm food if you are stranded in a storm.
  • Why would I keep my stuff in your car?! ;-)
  • bottle of water in case you happen to have a leak and your car gets hot, first aid kit, flashlight, cell phone charger (you never know when this will come in handy), maybe some extra medication just in case.
  • Jumper cables, flashlight, flares, blanket, first Aid kit, snacks and water.
  • first aid kit, jumper cables, knife, tire pressure gauge, blanket, rope, one of those safety tools with the window breaker and seatbelt cutter, sunglasses, some extra money, a frisbee, spare key (i put mine in this little magnetic key case up inside of the bumper)
  • We must keep a bottle of water for battery, tools for repair, some litres of fuel in case of emergency, one tyre in case of puncture.
  • Besides your standard jack and lug wrench, a good toolbox with a flashlight, roadmaps, a phonebook, a jug of water, some snacks, a twelve guage shotgun with at least a box of shells,...buckshot,..zombies love to wander down deserted roads at night.
  • You will probably think I am overdoing but here is what is in my car (including trunk): Sun glasses, Gloves, Hat, Blankets, Pillows, Bottled Water, First Aid Kits, Energy Bars, Flashlights, Tire Gauge, Spare Tire, Jack, Tire Wrench, Tire Repair Kit, Battery Charger, Hot Hands and Hot Feet (to prevent frostbite), Sleeping Bag, Kleenix, Gatoraid, Matches, dried packs of soup, coffee, tea and hot chocolate, sugar, salt + a few more "essentials." And in my purse, spare charger for phone, medications, and hard candy. I do a lot of driving back and forth to Wisconsin from Illinois and especially in Winter I have learned to be prepared for anything and everything. +5
  • a gun. especially if your going to drive though highly large minority areas of town. I would also then suggest a bullet proof vest. cant be too carefull around minorities.
  • condoms, money and a hair brush.
  • I've several items I keep in my car all the time: Jumper cables, basic automotive tool kit, quart of oil, repair manual, jack and lug wrench, tire pressure gauge, blanket, coat, poncho, couple of bottles of water, coffee can (with TP inside), small shovel. I usually throw a sleeping bag in the back during the winter as well. I've needed all of those items at one point or another, the coat and poncho are particularly good to keep on hand as you can practically garauntee that if you are going to breakdown it will be somewhere east of nowhere in bad weather with no cell service. Having a rain coat makes having to hoof it a few miles in the downpour tolerable rather than having to wait it out. The coat and sleeping bag are good if you live in an area prone to very heavy snow like mine is. Shovel is handy for that as well so you can dig yourself out or use it should the toilet paper in the coffee can be needed along the side of the road. Never needed the jumper cables for myself but they've been helpful for helping others.
  • jack, lug wrench, spare tire
  • my Gerber multi-tool and spare sunglassses.
  • Hmmm. Well personally I do not drive but those in my family who do do not really keep important things in the car. However the following is a list of what does sound important: Pads&Tampons....well maybe only for the ladies on this one First Aid A Book Goldfish A camera Flashlight Battries Gum Phone Chargers
  • Here's what I always keep in my car Phone charger TomTom Registration Proof of insurance sunglasses gum $20.00 (and some coins) first aid kit road kit jumper cables small toolbox Pad and pen In my SUV I also carry Blanket pillow I've learned from experience to be prepared!
  • underwear =]
  • The only thing I can think is proof of insurance, maps, phone books in case I have to call somebody, repair record, record of tire purchases. Otherwise I depend on AAA for the rest.
  • Water, flashlight, oil & a lighter.
  • Sunglasses, EZPass, gum, pen & paper hair brush etc. +5
  • A cellphone so you can call for help if you need to. Water, sunglasses, napkins.
  • Jumper cables, tool kit, flashlight, but wait, you said our car. Does this mean you will be making half the payments?
  • wetwipes
  • I don't know what you should keep, but you shouldn't keep a corpse in one for more then 2 days, after that you will never be able to get the smell out.
  • jumper cables , flashlight , flares , blanket , shovel , spare girlfriend....lol
  • Driver's license, change of clothes, money, insurance papers

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