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AAA 70 Piece Road Assistance Kit

AAA stuffed this double-sided carrying case with a 45 piece first aid kit, 8 gauge 10′ jumper cables, a hand-charged dual-LED flashlight, work gloves, emergency poncho, flat head and Phillips head screwdrivers, duct tape, a knife, bungee cord, cable ties, and AAA’s emergency care guide manual. I carry a similar kit which came in handy today when my battery crapped out in the seven degree weather. This 70 piece kit is missing a number of useful tools, but everyone should have a first aid kit, duct tape, and jumper cables. Amazon sells it for $35.

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3 Responses to Dealmonger: AAA 70 Piece Road Assistance Kit $35

  1. Geoff K. says:

    What’s it missing?

  2. Zathrus says:

    I suspect he’s referring to http://toolmonger.com/2007/05/16/reader-question-what-should-one-keep-in-a-car-toolkit/

    Although I’m in agreement with Stuey from that thread — if it takes much more than the above, then I’m calling AAA. But I’m not a grease monkey either…

  3. Spare lightbulbs, which are specific to your car. One of those foil-wrapped air-activated emergency batteries, which are specific to your model of cellphone. I like to keep some snacks and a few pouches of Capri Sun (which don’t burst when they freeze), but those aren’t in the roadside kit.

    Oh, and you can never have too many bungee cords or cargo straps.

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