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by Jeff Rasansky - December 5, 2012
Jeff Rasansky
Jeff Rasansky, managing partner of Rasansky Law Firm, is an aggressive Dallas personal injury lawyer with 25 years of legal experience.

If your car breaks down, you get stranded, or your car is disabled in a car accident, do you have everything you need until help arrives?  A car safety kit can help you avoid accidents, treat wounds, and possibly save your life. Here are our Dallas accident attorney suggestions for a car safety kit.

Include:

Make a Car Safety Kit!

Make a Car Safety Kit!

  1. A flashlight and extra batteries
  2. Glow sticks
  3. Emergency road flares
  4. A battery operated radio and spare batteries
  5. A car fire extinguisher
  6. Seat belt cutter/window breaking tool (ResQMe or Life Hammer)
  7. Jumper cables
  8. A basic first-aid kit
  9. Antibacterial wipes or hand sanitizer
  10. Baby wipes
  11. Tissues or paper towels
  12. Clean towels
  13. A pack of gallon bags or old grocery bags
  14. Two large garbage bags
  15. Bungee cords
  16. A blanket with a waterproof backing
  17. Emergency survival blanket
  18. Rain ponchos for each family member
  19. A spare sweater or light jacket for each family member
  20. A pair of heavy-duty gloves
  21. Non-perishable snacks like granola bars or cheese crackers
  22. Two gallons of water, replaced every six months
  23. A water bottle for each passenger
  24. A backpack in case you need to leave your car
  25. Your cell phone
  26. A free copy of Biggest Mistakes Drivers Make After an Accident

If you have young children, it is never a bad idea to keep extra diapers, toys, formula, and bottles in the car.

We hope you never have a true emergency. But, if you do, it’s important to be prepared!

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