Cold Weather is Here for the Long Haul
Keep you and your loved ones safe in the face of unpredictable road conditions. Keeping a Basic Disaster Supplies Kit in your vehicle at all times may increase your chance of survival.
To assemble your kit; store items in airtight plastic bags and put your entire disaster supplies kit in one or two easy-to-carry containers such as plastic bins or a duffel bag.
Some suggested items that may help when stranded in winter weather are as follows:
1. Deluxe Gear Bag
This heavy-duty bag with two end pockets, one front pocket, double zipper center compartment and shoulder strap holds are your supplies.
2. Reflective Warning Triangle
Sets up quickly and visible in bad weather conditions.
3. Folding Snow Shovel
This 37" three-piece shovel snaps together with push button locks. A lifesaver when trying to dig out of a snow drift.
4. Jumper Cables 12'
These heavy-duty 6-gauge jumper cables provide enough current flow to jump start in the coldest conditions.
5. Flat Tire Fixer in a Can
This aerosol tire inflator is a special formula that inflates tires immediately and seals most punctures.
6. Tow Rope
Tows up to 6500 lbs. Avoid paying for a tow when stuck.
7. High Visibility Yellow Highway Blanket
Can be used as a blanket for injured that are in shock. Also makes good ground cover for changing a tire.
8. Safety Vest
Neon mesh vest with reflective stripes. Perfect to be seen day or night by other vehicles. One size fits all.
9. Distress Banner
36" x 15" waterproof banner with "Emergency Help" in bold letters.