Necessary Car Tools You Should Have In Your Car At All Times

You have over 60 minutes to reach home from your camping site. The ride home has been so much fun as the road through the wilderness is a very rough one. Not quite long, you hear a loud sound from behind, something has gone wrong!

Your tire just went flat, until you realize that you have a full set of tools in the trunk of your car, you will be broken. You quickly fix the tire, drive back home, and you’re back to work the next day.

Thought that story was going to head in a different direction, didn’t you?

As we learned from that story, it helps to have a full set of tools readily available. You never know what situations you’ll find yourself in and having tools prepared can save you time and money. Unsure of what to bring? Check out The German Car Specialists best tools to have in your car, at all times.

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    • Tire Iron

Yep, you probably thought of this one too. Though many cars do come with a kit that’ll loosen the tire bolts, a lot of them are small or strangely designed which can make switching out tires a tedious task. Instead, opt for a regular sized tire iron and save yourself some time and comfort

    • Flashlight

Super useful for when, I don’t know, you get a flat tire in the woods? Flashlights can help provide additional vision when you’re dealing with car issues in the dark. Sure, you could use your phone but we recommend getting a full-sized flashlight that’s a lot more durable if you end up dropping it.

    • First Aid Kit

Just in case! You never know what can happen during an emergency car repair and it pays to be prepared. Some recommended items include bandages, antibiotic ointment, alcohol pads, and scissors.

    • Snowbrush

Another useful tool, especially during winter season. This tool will help with scraping off snow and ice from your windshields.

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    • Flares

Having flares with you will help warn cars when your car is broken down in dark. These can also be used as a source of light if you need to walk through the dark and don’t have a flashlight available.

I am sure there more necessities to always have with you, but these few options are our recommendation to all vehicles on the road. What would you rather have in your car during emergencies? Lets hear your voice please, you never know who you’ll be helping out.

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