This is a regular post on cars, motorcycles, and trucks to remind you fix and repair your car, or some suggestions on vehicle supplies and products.
I own everything I recommend in RED and have them on all my vehicles.
Let’s get started.
Gentlemen, Start Your Engines…3…2…1…
Spare Full Size Tires
Spark Plugs (These should be changed more often than you think)
Filters: Cabin, Intake, and Oil
Tire Repair Kits
Atlas and Maps
Extra Eyepro and Extra Sunglasses
160 PSI Manual Tire Pump
Full Size Spare
Battery that isn’t 3-4 years old
Fuel Additives, Cleaners, and Octane Boosters
Two Auxiliary Cabin lights that run on AA and AAA(One Each)
Solar Panel Battery Tender
Mag-light (Extra Large and Long)
Rain Gear Top and Bottom
Windex (Brand name) and Shop Towels
200 count Baby wipes
De-Icer Spray Bottle (Works Great) and Scraper/Brush combo
3M Window Tint: Highly Recommend, Deflects .38 special at the right angle, will stop an attacker with implement like a bat or crowbar. VERY STRONG. Don’t get more than 50% dark.
Coolant System Flushed lately???
Automatic Transmission Fluid Change???
Some Freeze Dried Food Just In Case
Two Cases of Water (I use the $2 gallons)
Spare Underwear and Socks
Locking Fuel Cap!!! ($10)
Fuel Transfer Pump
Battery Powered FM/AM Radio
Battery Tender Hookups connected?
Respirator and Goggles (For being tale vehicle on patrol= Very Dusty)
Clean nylon paintbrush for dusting dash and electronics
Pocket Fishing Rod (Most old roads follow waterways…)
Picture of your smoking hot GF and/or Wife
Spare Bulbs (Signal, Brake, High-beams, and Headlight)
Stealth Photo Blocking License Plate Cover
Calvin and Hobbes peeing on Karl Marx Sticker.
Spare Change and Cash.
A Real Tire Jack
Powdered Coffee or Caffeine Pills
WeatherTech Floor Covers (Highly Recommended; Makes for a smoother ride IMHO)
WeatherTech Rain Guards (Highly Recommended; Looks like your windows are up if you match it to your tint, and you can actually breath without getting snow or rain in your car you can also sleep in your car without dying of C02 saturation)
Leave comments on stuff I neglected to mention and I’ll add it to the list.
Thanks for reading.