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  1. Okay so I think its no secret that the majority of us subaru guys take our rides into some extreme places. Since we're human, sometimes we forget to fill the tank all the way, or push our rides too far, and end up stranding ourselves in the middle of nowhere until help arrives. Or like all vehicle owners, we find ourselves getting buried in a freak blizzard or something like that. The point being to all this that its a good idea to keep a survival and roadside assistance kit in or vehicles. I have a survival kit in my car,but I know there is more I can add to it. Here's my list, I know there is other stuff that I am forgetting or would be helpful so please chime in with your own list! Survival Matches, WetFire, two lighters, Swedish Steel 3 fleece blankets, 2 space blankets Energy bars H2O purification tabs NOAA Crank weather radio 3 flashlights Extra batteries (AAA and AA) 8-10 chemical hand warmers Deck of cards .22cal Ruger pistol 50' poly rope (or paracord) hatchet Survival knife (I threw in my Gerber Bear Grylls ultimate knife) Knife sharpener T.P. Survival whistle Glow sticks (use them as flares) 3-5 Shotgun shells (my Remington is in the car with me about 60% of the time and even when its not the powder can be used as a fire starter.) Compass Medical Assorted bandaids Quickclot pads gauze ​Ibuprofen & tylenol Q-Tips med tape burn pads (for severe burns) Aloe Vera antibiotic ointment Tums Anti-diarrheal Chapstick Alcohol Pads Sports tape Mechanical/ Roadside Assistance Guerilla Tape QuickSteel (Basically steel-in-a-tube, awesome stuff!) General tool kit Jack Jumper cables Tire plugs 12v Air compressor Electrical supplies (wire, elec tape, fuses etc.) Shovel 1 quart 10W-30 blended synthetic oil Towstrap WD-40 4 brand new spark plugs Extra thermostat/gasket Fire Extinguisher Zip-ties 1 bottle of cankcase, tranny, power steering stopleak Gallon of coolant Okay so thats what I have in my ride. Now what did I forget that would be useful?
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