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15 Essential Items for Your Vehicle Emergency Kit

Posted by Avi Goldstein on

Nobody wants to think of what it would be like to be stranded in your vehicle after a crash, but these things happen. A rollover or mechanical issue on a deserted stretch of road, being forced off a bridge into the water, hitting an animal on the highway – these are just some of the things that go wrong for drivers.

We can’t prevent accidents, but we can prepare for them. Careful preparation and foresight is often the difference between surviving an accident or not. Here at StatGear, we take survival preparation very seriously and that is why we suggest an all-in-one car emergency kit with 15 essential items.

The kit includes:

  • 1 T3 Tactical Auto Rescue Tool

Men’s Health Magazine, Entrepreneur.comAmbulance WorldMilitary.Com and Journal of    Emergency Medical Services (JEMS), this T3 Tactical auto rescue tool is a device no vehicle should be without. The spring loaded steel tip is designed to quickly punch through window glass. The stainless steel hook blade cuts through the seatbelts. The T3 even features an LED light with replaceable batteries, making this small but powerful item a must-have for anyone trapped in a vehicle.

  • 1 Reusable Eco Glow Stick

        Glow sticks provide light and double as an alert for other passing motorists.

  • 2 Pair of Nitrile gloves

        Nitrile is more resistant to oils, fuels and acids than natural rubber. It is also three times more puncture-resistant.

  • 2 4x4 gauze pads

Open wounds can cause rapid blood loss and invite infection. These large gauze pads can be cut or folded as required to protect wounds, punctures, cuts and scrapes.

  • 2 Large adhesive bandages

        Like gauze, self-adhesive bandages are designed to stem the flow of blood and protect wounds.

  • 10 regular sized adhesive bandages

        Our survival first aid kit has bandages in several sizes to ensure you have the right sized one when you need it.

  • 4 roller gauze bandages

        When wrapping a wound tightly or the application of pressure is required, reach for these roller gauze bandages.

  • 1 Latex elastic bandage

Latex bandages are not used to stem the flow of blood. These are the stretchy, flexible bandages used to create a splint or to wrap a sprain.

  • 2 Instant ice packs

Burns, abrasions or applied on the body in hot temperatures – there are many reasons to have ice packs in your emergency kit.

  • 4 Alcohol prep pads

       Use these alcohol prep pads to clean cuts and greatly reduce your risk of infection.

  • 1 Roll of medical tape

        Medicinal tape can be used to secure gauze or other bandages.

  • 1 Triangular bandage with 2 safety pins

        Triangular bandages make excellent slings.

  • 2 Antibiotic ointment

       An essential component of any good emergency kit, this is another tool in the fight against infection.

  • 1 Tweezers

In an accident or emergency, glass, splinters or debris can become embedded in the skin. Tweezers are essential for the removal of these objects, followed by disinfecting and bandaging.

  • 1 Emergency Drinking Water

If nothing else, carry water in your vehicle. If stranded, this small act of carrying water can save your life. Also useful for cooling burns, disinfecting, and cleansing, water is one of the most important emergency items in your kit.

You could spend a lot of time and money putting together a vehicle emergency kit, but our kit has all these essential items at low cost. StatGear has your safety and well-being in mind; don’t drive another mile without a well-stocked vehicle emergency kit.

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