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You probably like to keep up on your car’s maintenance, getting oil changes, and addressing any issues that come up, with the hope that your vehicle will reliably get you from point A to point B. However, even the best car in the world can fall victim to unavoidable issues and freak accidents. You never know when a nail will randomly embed itself if in a tire or a sudden storm will reduce visibility, or something simple like your car’s battery runs out of juice. That’s why it’s so important to make sure you keep a car emergency kit in your car at all times. Having some essential equipment and supplies can make a massive difference in the hassle of an unexpected car issue. If you want help getting a tool kit together, visit us at Collision Kings of El Mirage. We’re an auto body repair shop in El Mirage, AZ. Our auto body shop near Waddell, AZ, has served customers from all over the surrounding areas near Glendale, Peoria, and Surprise, AZ. We would be honored to serve you, whether you need help with an emergency kit for your car or with body repairs.
What are the things that you should be sure are included in your car emergency kit? Jumper cables are a great starting point as they can get your car running again should your battery die. If you want to spend a bit more, you can even get handy, rechargeable jumper packs. These compact kits let you jump-start your car without needing to hook up to another vehicle. Especially in a hot climate like Arizona, it’s essential to have some drinking water and some simple, nonperishable snacks. If you break down somewhere remote, it could take a long time for help to arrive, and having water and something to eat could quite literally save your life. Another good item to consider adding to your kit is a charging cord that works with your phone and an adapter, so you can keep it charged. You could also consider a mobile charging pack for your phone if your vehicle can no longer provide a charge. If your car has a spare tire, inspect it periodically to ensure it still has air in it and double-check that your car’s tool kit has everything you need to jack up the car and replace a tire.
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