Did you know the most likely place for you to experience some sort of survival situation is in your car?
Don't believe me? Think about it for a second…
You’re hurling down a road in what's essentially a big metal can, half the time you don’t even have cell phone service…
And how often do you actually not travel somewhere due to “inclement weather”.
Honestly… bad weather never stopped me.
Otherwise, how would you get to the ski slopes, hiking trail head, or snowmobile trail?
It’s just a reality of life.
But, despite the risks I’m willing to take to get where I want when I want, it doesn’t mean I’m reckless.
And that’s why I’ve put together a survival kit for my car.
Now, I don’t only have a full-blown car survival kit…
I’ve also got a mini-survival kit I keep right inside in my glove box to help me get through the majority of survival situations I could face while driving.
So for example, if I break down or get stranded in a snowstorm driving home from a long day of skiing in an area with no cell service, I’ve got what I need to get through the night alive…
And I’ve got everything packed within a stuff sack smaller than the size of my palm so I’m not carrying anything I don’t need (see item #1 on the list).
In the post below, I’m going to show you the 5 piece glove box survival kit I put together to ensure I’m ready for most basic emergencies.
Let’s jump in.