Does Your Honda Have an Emergency Kit On Hand?


If your Honda doesn't have an emergency kit on hand, you should start thinking about putting one together.

The good news is: it's relatively easy, and doesn't cost too much.

What to Put In Your Kit

Depending on the season, on where you typically live and drive, and what your car currently comes with, your unique emergency kit may vary.

However, there are a few key items and pieces of equipment that should be in every car in Texas:

  • Jumper cables
  • Tire pressure gauge
  • Flares or reflective triangles
  • Bottled water
  • Fire extinguisher
  • Extra engine oil
  • Extra coolant

Other Emergency Kit Considerations

It's also a good idea to have a prominently-displayed card somewhere in your cabin with emergency contact information in the event that you're ever in an accident.

Do you have pets?

They may need their own, personalized emergency kit--with energy bars, a spare leash and collar, and spare ID tags.

Driving with little ones on board? Keep them in mind, too, as you're creating your custom roadside assistance kit.

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