As winter sets in and the snow starts to pile, the roads in Boise County can become hazardous. If you have an unexpected emergency, you’re going to want to have a winter survival kit for your car.
In Boise County, there are stretches of road that travel through remote mountains and along the river where you cannot rely on cell phone services. When the temperatures drop and the roads get slick, accidents happen.
Whether you run off the road during a blizzard, break down on a snowy forest service road, or blow a tire in the middle of the night, you may be far from help. In the event of an emergency, you could be stuck for extended periods of time in cold and wintry weather conditions.
Every driver needs to be prepared for the unexpected. The best thing you can do is to make a winter survival kit for your car. A winter survival kit can help you survive in the event of an emergency. It’s one of those things that you will probably never need, but if you ever do, you’ll be very thankful that you made one and left it in your vehicle during the winter season.
It is easy to make a winter survival kit for your car. Here are the items that drivers should carry in their vehicle during the winter season:
? Road Flares/Reflective Triangles
? Headlamp with Fresh Batteries
? Gorilla Tape
? Metal Shovel
? Phone Charger with Full Charge
? Old Cell Phone
? Jumper Cables
? Paper Maps
? Multi Tool
? First Aid Kit
? Cat Litter/Sand
? Fuel Container
? Tool Kit
? Extra Medications (If Necessary)
? Trash Bags
? Down Jacket/Hat/Gloves and additional warm clothes
? Sleeping Bag/Blanket
? Tow Straps
? Extra Fuses
? Windshield Wiper Fluid
? Satellite Messaging Device - These things can save your life by allowing you to send text messages from literally anywhere on the globe.