Essential items you should always keep in your car

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First aid kit - You never know when you're going to need a first aid kit, and when that time comes you'll be happy to have one at hand.

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A car-adapted phone charger - Keeping a charger in your car is a must.

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Owner's manual - Make sure you always keep the owner's manual in your glove compartment. You never know when it might come in handy.

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Blanket - You'll not regret keeping a blanket in your car. It warms you up on a cool night, and it's a great picnic blanket for those summer outings.

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Paper towels - Paper towels can come in real handy when you need quick cleanup options. 

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Duct tape - From temporary auto repair to roadside first aid, duct tape is great for many things. It's a no-brainer to keep a roll in your car.

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Emergency food - If you accidentally travel off the beaten path, it's a good idea to keep a few non-perishable, melt-proof, calorie-dense food items in the car.

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A pair of work gloves - Save your hands while you're wrestling with tire irons and hot engine parts. You're better off not touching these parts with bare hands.

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Multi-tool - A multi-tool is one of the most practical items you can have.

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Fire extinguisher - Heaven forbid your engine ever catches fire. But for safety reasons, get a small, portable fire extinguisher. 

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Bucket - Buckets can be used for several situations, such as to collect rain water or to be used as a temporary garbage can. It's an indispensable car item.

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A solar phone charger - If you're often on camping trips, dying batteries is a constant reality. But a solar phone charger can be a lifesaver in any emergency.

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