When you go on a roadtrip, there’s a few essential emergency tools you can’t left behind, take a look a this musts to go on your next adventure
Compact Air Compressor/Tire Inflator
A compact mini air compressor is a very valuable tool to have on hand. It can save you a lot of time and manual labor, as it can inflate bike tires, inflatable boats, or even car tires if you have a flat while driving.
If you are predictive, (and we want to believe that you are) you will surely carry Jumper Cables that will save your life, now you only have to call a colleague who will “lend” you his car for a moment.
Circuit Tester Pen and ATO/ATC Blade Type Fuse Set
A Circuit Tester tool offers a quick fix for the most common electrical problems found in any vehicle. Quickly checks all 6V and 12V electrical systems. Easily diagnose and replace blown fuses, locates shorts, grounds and open circuits.
Tow Strap w/hooks
A Tow Strap will help to tow stranded vehicles to a safer place. Blikzone’s Tow Strap, rated for 10,000Lb of Break Strength Limit capacity (5000 Lb. Working Load Limit), and terminated with two metal hooks with safety latch for convenience, it is easy to hook up and take off. Lighter, easier to handle prevents damage compared to tow chains.
Emergency Escape Safety Hammer
A Escape Hammer allows users to cut a jammed seat belt that can hold them trapped, and then to quickly shatter a glass window (as most of electric windows won’t work after a severe accident or submersion) so it can help you to set free from danger quickly in a potential life‐threatening car incident.
Emergency Warning Triangle
If you need to stop your vehicle on the shoulder of the road, or if your vehicle is broken down in or near traffic, you should use a warning signal to alert other drivers. Your first action must be to activate your vehicle’s hazard warning lights (four‐way flashers). An Emergency Warning Triangle is a good way to provide an early alert for others drivers to be aware of what is up ahead in the roadway. Place the warning triangle at a safe distance of your vehicle near the incoming traffic to alert them to slow down; at approximately 30 to 40 yards (30‐ 40 m) behind your vehicle.
Emergency Reflective Safety Vest
It is highly recommended to wear it as a safety measure to be visible during a roadside emergency situation.