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Today's new cars are better equipped than ever, with convenience, connectivity, and safety features that keep drivers safe on the road. Nonetheless, smart drivers know to hit the road prepared, regardless of how long the journey.

Consider picking these nine items up and stashing them in your glove box or trunk. They'll help you keep calm and carry on, no matter the situation.
Read more about the 9 Things You Should Always Have in Your Car.
 

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Re: 9 Things You Should Always Have in Your Car If you have a Stealth/3000gt

#1 Cell phone. - So you can call a tow when your transfer case locks up.

#2 Respirator - So you can breathe when the chewing gum fuel hat line repair breaks open.

#3 Water - So you don't die when your etacs gives out and you took the AC out to get better 1/4 mile times.

#4 Blanket - So you can put it under your seat when the last thread breaks and the springs come poking thru.

#5 Gopro - So you can record all of the people giving your car a second look.

#6 Floor Mats - To cover up that rusted thru hole you use to ditch everything when pulled over.

#7 Duck Tape - It's duct tape enuff said.

#8 Ear Plugs - So you don't ruin your hearing while you are blasting your tunes and or running your Borla single shot.

#9 A third hand - To hold your cup while shifting and steering.
 

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3/S- Things to have in your car

1) Full tool box with extra 10,12,14mm sockets
2) vacuum hoses and hose clamps
3) fire extinguisher
4) cribbing wood
5) 10000 lumes flashlight
6) tow straps
7) AAA card
8) beef jerky and water
9) signal flare (in case you don't have reception)

Optional items-

band-aides and superglue
duck or electrical tape
tarp (if you drive a convertible)
 

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3/S- Things to have in your car

1) Full tool box with extra 10,12,14mm sockets
2) vacuum hoses and hose clamps
3) fire extinguisher
4) cribbing wood
5) 10000 lumes flashlight
6) tow straps
7) AAA card
8) beef jerky and water
9) signal flare (in case you don't have reception)

Optional items-

band-aides and superglue
duck or electrical tape
tarp (if you drive a convertible)
Can't believe I forgot the 10, 12 and 14mm sockets, also signal flare is good, but lighting up the gas tank would work also. :)
 
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