Regardless of the time of year, it’s always best to have an emergency kit in the back of your car, just in case. However, the different seasons bring different challenges for automobiles, so your emergency kit should be adjusted a few times per year.
Here is a sample of an excellent summer safety emergency kit:
- A gallon of clean water to keep you hydrated.
- Healthy snacks that will not go bad during the hot months, such as granola bars.
- New sunscreen that has not expired, as well as brimmed hats and sunglasses to protect from the sun’s UV rays.
- A spare cell phone charger, and perhaps even a spare cell phone.
- Jumper cables, a tire pressure gauge, and everything required to change a tire.
- A thorough first-aid kit.
- A quality flash light with extra batteries.
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