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    Roadside Assistance Safety Kit

    roadside_assistance_safety_kitCould come in handy during a breakdown

    Even in the amazing future, when we all have flying vehicles, you will still have some breakdowns. It’s an unavoidable fact, no matter how advanced our transportation gets. You’ll be stranded beside some floating fueling station, waiting for a jump start or a replacement levitation solenoid. Or worse, you’ll be many miles away from any decent civilization and forced to rely on any basic mechanical skills that you may possess.

    This compact kit features basic supplies that could come in handy during a breakdown. All items are packed inside a compact nylon case that you can toss into your trunk and forget about until you need it.

    An automotive kit stored in a nylon bag
    Contents include:
    Booster cables
    Orange safety vest
    Cotton gloves
    2-in-1 screwdriver
    Bungee cord
    Roll of PVC tape
    Emergency poncho
    Flashlight with batteries
    Cables ties
    19 pieces of first aid supplies

    Via: Think Geek

    David Novak
    David Novak
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