How well do we prepare ourselves before we go out for a casual drive and then all of a sudden your car gets stuck in a blinding snow storm miles from the nearest town, or trapped in a raging wall of water coming down a hillside, or your car gets a flat and your car plunges down a ravine and you’re trapped inside? Here’s some valuable tools that should be in every car.
An ordinary flashlight will not due in case of an emergency. Having a compact and very highly efficient LED in your glove compartment, center console, on your belt, or any other convenient place near your side may save your life. Several manufactures market a flashlight with with variable setting including high, medium, low, SOS, and strobe modes. The SOS mode may used to signal a distress and alert rescuers; the strobe mode may be used to disorient an imminent threat; a zoom feature may be used to highlight or focus on a distant object. These types of flashlights cost about $50.