A “What If” Kit for Your Vehicle

car in snow

Snow and ice storms can quickly turn even modern-day Interstate Highways into very cold parking lots. What if you skid off an icy winter road into a ditch and have to wait for help to come and tow you out? Are you ready?

My Mom always carried her “In-Case Pack” in the trunk of her car. I have carried on the tradition. My children call it “Mom’s What If Stuff”.

A few long-lasting snacks are a great thing to have on hand in your vehicle in case you are stuck somewhere for a long period of time.

A few long-lasting snacks are a great thing to have on hand in your vehicle in case you are stuck somewhere for a long period of time.

Here is what mine has in it:

Our multi-link traction mat works in mud, sand and snow.

Our multi-link traction mat works in mud, sand and snow.

It’s not too late for this winter, and an emergency vehicle kit is a wise idea in any season! Before you and your family encounter some bad  weather that can stop you in your tracks, put together your personal “What If” bag. Keep it in your vehicle, ready to go. It can make an enormous difference.

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About Dori Fritzinger

I live and work with my multi-generational family in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains in North Carolina. We have a farm of cows and calves, wool sheep, dairy goats, rabbits, ducks, geese, chickens, honey bees, a horse and a donkey. We have a goat's milk soap and bath products line available on our farm web site. I enjoy reading, quilting and doing embroidery.