Items You Should and Should NOT Keep In Your Car

Nevada Insurance Enrollment Explains Why You Should Pack Your Car Wisely

LAS VEGAS - nvtip -- If you spend a lot of time in your car, it can feel like a home away from home. In many cases, it makes sense to leave some items in your car in case of an emergency. On the flip side, some things should never be left in your car, especially when it is hot outside.

Items You Should Leave in Your Car
Keeping certain items in your vehicle can spare you a lot of hassle.

-Cellphone Charger and Power Bank
You probably always have your cellphone with you when you are on the road. However, if you get lost or experience a breakdown or collision, it will not do much good if its battery is dead. Make sure that you always have a way to charge your phone when you are driving by keeping a charging cable, and if possible, a charged power bank, in your car.

-First Aid Kit
A simple first aid kit with disposable gloves, bandages, pain reliever, antiseptic, tweezers, and scissors can go a long way in taking care of any little scrape you find yourself in. Some retailers sell first aid kits that are meant to be stored in your car and contain whistles.

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-Jumper Cables and Jump Box
A dead battery can be a hassle, but having jumper cables can ensure that you are back on the road with minimal inconvenience. Having a jump box in your car comes in handy by letting you jump your own car, sparing you the hassle of tracking down a good Samaritan who will help you out.

-Car Jack
Flat tires are one of life's inevitabilities, but you can save yourself a lot of frustration by having the tools you need for a quick repair. Keep a car jack in your trunk and know how to use it. It may also be a good idea to keep a small piece of plywood in the car to place under the jack to ensure that it is secure and will not sink into soft ground.

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Nevada Insurance Enrollment
4260 W. Craig Road suite #150-A
North Las Vegas, NV 89032
(702) 898-0554

Nevada Insurance Enrollment
Shelly Rogers

Source: Nevada Insurance Enrollment
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